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Product Recipe Deveganized

Despite claims to reduce eggs in its recipes, Morningstar Farms deveganizes two of its products.

According to Kellogg's, in 2008 Morningstar Farms planned to use at least one million fewer eggs in its vegetarian food products. The same announcement promised consumers a variety of new vegan options. Earlier this year, Morningstar announced it would reformulate the ingredients in two of its vegan—Griller Recipe Crumbles and Sausage Style Crumbles—over the summer to include milk and eggs. Representatives from Morningstar Farms did not confirm exactly when the transition occurred, only that these products are no longer vegan-friendly. Morningstar's discrete and unfortunate recipe change makes clear food labeling an even bigger necessity. 

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