I agree with Laura, I noticed two things recently that I never would have
thought had Fava beans in it.

In Canada, as I'm sure with Australia (not sure everywhere else), but vegan
food options are rapidly increasing and a lot are using Fava beans.

On Sat, Apr 7, 2018, 6:42 AM Favism Mailing List, <favismlist@g6pdml.org>
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> Make sure you keep reading ingredients in bread and bakery products.
> Yesterday noticed Fava bean flour in a loaf of bread in Australia. Most
> breads have soy flour or yellow pea flour but this is the first time I've
> seen Fava bean flour. Not good for those with favism.
>
> Lara
> Western Australia
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