Also in lots of food including bread, they use monoglyceride and diglycerides without citing if it's animal (cow or hog... or human? who know, lol) or vegetal derived.
Same with sodium stearoyl lactylate.
Some red dyes are made from the cochineal beetle. These are usually labeled as cochineal, carmine, or carminic acid.
And I've read also there's human hair in bread. Check if cystine, cysteine, l-cystine is listed (usually in industrial bread and tortillas, not artisanal bread) because sometimes this amino acid is taken from human hair, which apparently are not only used to put on the head of dolls...
Also known as l-cystine, our research indicates that the source of cysteine is human hair. Cystine is an amino acid needed by humans, which can be produced by the human body. A very small quantity is used in less than 5% of all bread products. Often the hair of third world women is used.
So if we eat bread that contains human hair proteins, are we cannibals ?
Alexander von Humboldt (1769-1859) and other great naturalists often said that eating animals is not far from anthropophagy and cannibalism. After all as humans we're animals, the human animal. And many carnivore animals and insects perform cannibalism. Humans performed cannibalism during Stone Age as well as "primitive" tribes and sometimes in our modern society.
And let's not forget all the crushed rodent parts and insect fragments that end up in peanut butter, pastas, flour, etc... Anyone wants millipede flavoured chocolate ?
CHOCOLATE AND CHOCOLATE LIQUOR
Insect filth: Average is 60 or more insect fragments per 100 grams when 6 100-gram subsamples are examined OR any 1 subsample contains 90 or more insect fragments
Rodent filth: Average is 1 or more rodent hairs per 100 grams in 6 100-gram subsamples examined OR any 1 subsample contains 3 or more rodent hairs
CITRUS FRUIT JUICES, CANNED
Insects and insect eggs: 5 or more Drosophila and other fly eggs per 250 ml or 1 or more maggots per 250 ml
RED FISH AND OCEAN PERCH
Parasites: 3% of the fillets examined contain 1 or more parasites accompanied by pus pockets
MACARONI AND NOODLE PRODUCTS
Insect filth: Average of 225 insect fragments or more per 225 grams in 6 or more subsamples
Rodent filth: Average of 4.5 rodent hairs or more per 225 grams in 6 or more subsamples
Insect filth: Average of 30 or more insect fragments per 100 grams
Rodent filth: Average of 1 or more rodent hairs per 100 grams
Rodent filth: 1 or more rodent excreta pellets are found in 1 or more subsamples, and 1 or more rodent hairs are found in 2 or more other subsamples OR 2 or more rodent hairs per pound and rodent hair is found in 50% or more of the subsamples OR 20 or more gnawed grains per pound and rodent hair is found in 50% or more of the subsamples
Insect filth: Average of 75 or more insect fragments per 50 grams
Rodent filth: Average of 1 or more rodent hairs per 50 grams