Trader Joe's Nutritional Yeast

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I was just doing a pantry clean out to get ready for Monday (yay!) and I went to double check the ingredients in my TJ nutritional yeast since I've seen some other brands of nooch with rice flour in them. The ingredients list itself is completely compliant (inactive nutritional yeast (dried yeast, niacin (vitamin b3), pyridoxine hydrochloride (vitamin b6), riboflavin (vitamin b2), thiamine hydrochloride (vitamin b1), folic acid, vitamin b12)) but there's a little disclaimer underneath that says it may contain traces of soy. Should I ditch this for the next 30 days, or is it okay?



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It's fine. Warnings like "may contain" or "produced in a facility that also produces" or similar are for people who are extremely allergic, who could have a serious reaction to even tiny amounts of something, to warn that it is possible that there's some cross-contamination.

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