I\'ve Got A Problem With Kraft Boca Burgers - Original

Posted on: Sun, 05/29/2005 - 7:31am
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I've got a problem with Kraft Boca Burgers - Original and I can't figure out what it is.
My guy has eaten them twice now. First time, he complained of a sore throat. Okay. He also had a virus and I thought it could possibly have been his virus and he was simply connecting it to the new food (the soy burger) he had eaten, which makes sense to me.

Checked here on the board and what I read made me feel okay enough.

Then, this afternoon, Jesse had 1/2 of the soy burgers again and we go to go out shopping and his face is red and blotchy around the mouth (for quite a big space) and a bit hive-y.

I knew then that it had to be the soy burger and before we went shopping, we came back into the house and got some antihistamine, which did seem to help.

Trying to get him to keep close to me in the store and his face visible to me (there was also a bit of redness on his neck) while I get what I need in there.

Now, I will have to e-mail Kraft to see if they could be PA cross contaminated in any way. Otherwise, we might be dealing with a new allergy, but I'm not clear what, since Jess eats soy daily (just not in burger form).

So, ingredients:-
Water, soy protein product (soy protein concentrate, colour, ferrous sulfate, niacinamide, zinc oxide, calcium panthothenate, thiamine mononitrate (B1), pyridoxine hydrochloride (B6) riboglavin (B2), folic acid, cyan0cobalamin (B12), wheat gluten, natural and artificial flavours (contain sesame oil, disodium guanylate, disodium inosinae, succinic acid), soy protein concentrate, methylcellulose, salt, dried onions, yeast extract, maltodextrain, defatted wheat germ, partially hydrogenated cottonseed and soybean oil, corn syrup solids (M081B)

Used under License by Boca Foods Company
Don Mills, Ontario
M3C 3J5
Printed in U.S.A./Product of U.S.A.

IPC Code 59283 60069

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