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How likely is it that a company uses WBRO for their modified food starch? Should I completely stay away from it if it is not specified on the label? I have heard rumors that US companies are supposed to stay away from WBRO is this true?

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In the US Modified Food Starch is generally derived from corn unless otherwise stated. If derived from wheat it must be listed as "modified food starch (wheat)". Barley, malt or rye would not be an option.

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In the US Modified Food Starch is generally derived from corn unless otherwise stated. If derived from wheat it must be listed as "modified food starch (wheat)". Barley, malt or rye would not be an option.

Thanks for the help! That's what I thought but some girl was freaking out about modified food starch the other day and it got me wondering...

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I agree with Lisa. If wheat isn't listed, it's OK.

richard

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