Food Information

Food Information

GMO Ingredients

Are there any GMO ingredients in Hurst products?
  • Bioengineered (BE) plants are commonly referred to as Genetically Modified Organisms (GMO's)
  • All of Hurst's beans are 100% non-GMO, meaning they are NOT bioengineered.
  • Some of our dry seasonings/flavors contain bioengineered ingredients.
  • The FDA has found these ingredients completely safe for consumption.
  • Ingredients that are bioengineered in our seasonings/flavors:
    • Soy (Hydrolyzed soy protein, soy-based vegetable oils)
    • Corn starch (Maltodextrin, dextrose)
  • The following list includes all Hurst products that have seasonings/flavors with one or more of these ingredients:
    • 15 BEAN SOUP® - UPC 251132
    • Cajun 15 BEAN SOUP® - UPC 251142
    • Great Northern HamBeens® - UPC 251012
    • Pinto HamBeens® - UPC 251022
    • Green Split HamPeas® - UPC 251092
    • Chicken 15 BEAN SOUP® - UPC 251162
    • Slow Cooker Chili - UPC 257512
    • BBQ Cowboy Beans - UPC 257542
    • Garlic & Herb Lentils (Best By May 2022 and earlier) - UPC 256162
    • El Cantarito® de Frijoles - UPC 256222
    • Great Northern Bean Soup - UPC 256122
    • Large Lima HamBeens® - UPC 251052
    • Baby Lima HamBeens® - UPC 251042
    • Spanish-American Black Bean Soup - UPC 251182
    • Slow Cooker Bacon & Bean (Discontinued item) - UPC 257522
    • Beef 15 BEAN SOUP® (Discontinued item) - UPC 251172
  • If you prefer to avoid the bioengineered/GMO ingredients in the listed products, you can simply omit the seasoning/flavor packet when cooking the beans.

Gluten Information

Do Hurst products contain gluten? (Click for detail)
  • All Hurst seasonings are gluten free
  • Dry beans, peas, and lentils are all naturally gluten free products.
  • Despite use of modern cleaning equipment, foreign material and grains may be present in dry beans, peas, and lentils. Please inspect, sort, and rinse product before cooking.
  • Our facility (and many supplier facilities and crop fields) are not dedicated 100% gluten free. There is a small risk of possible cross contamination during processing.
  • Strict cleaning and handling procedures are followed to ensure proper food safety and reduce this risk.

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