New Food Finds: Allergy-Friendly Portable Mayo Free of Soy and Egg

Who knew mayo could be exciting?


These #NewFoodFinds are happy news for those managing an egg allergy and/or soy allergy.
Mayonnaise is one of those food products that you might not think much about – until you need to avoid egg or soy. The good news is, Just Mayo and Follow Your Heart have new options in their allergy-friendly mayo lines. These options are portable just like their regular cousins. That makes them a great choice to take along on summertime BBQs and picnics

 

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• Just Mayo – Just Mayo has introduced individual packets of their egg-free, soy-free flavored mayos.

 

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Choose from these flavors:

  • Original
  • Chipotle
  • Garlic
  • Sriracha

Just Mayo is available at grocery stores nationwide. Find a store near you.

Ingredients of the “original” flavor: Non-GMO Expeller Pressed Canola Oil, Filtered Water, Lemon Juice, White Vinegar, 2% or less of the following: Organic Sugar, Salt, Pea Protein, Spices, Modified Food Starch, Beta-Carotene.

Allergy cross-contamination information is not available on the website. However, a company representative provided the following information:

The manufacturing partners we work with conduct a thorough cleaning between runs of different products and do a complete inspection as well. We also have every batch that comes off the line tested for allergens and every facility is audited quarterly. We take allergies very seriously.

 

In addition, Just Mayo includes mustard as an ingredient under "spice."


• Follow Your Heart Vegenaise – Follow Your Heart Vegenaise recently launched two of its egg-free mayos in convenient squeeze bottle options. The Original and Reduced Fat versions are great for picnics or camping.

 

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Ingredients of Original Vegenaise: Expeller-Pressed Canola Oil, Filtered Water, Brown Rice Syrup, Apple Cider Vinegar, Soy Protein, Sea Salt, Mustard Flour, Lemon Juice Concentrate. Vegan, gluten-free, dairy-free and non-GMO.

Additional versions in the original jars include Grapeseed Oil, Organic and Soy-Free. There is also a Vegenaise Gourmet line that includes Barbecue, Pesto, Roasted Garlic and Chipotle Vegenaise, plus Vegenaise Tartar Sauce and Horseradish Sauce.

Eggs, peanuts, tree nuts, fish and shellfish are not used at all in the facility. However, the facility does process soy, milk, sesame seeds, mustard and wheat.

Potential cross-contamination information: Vegenaise is processed on shared equipment with milk. All equipment and utensils are fully washed, sanitized and inspected between runs of products with different allergen profiles. Milk allergen residue tests are also conducted regularly.

Learn more about the company’s allergen-handling policies here.

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Hi, Carla, and hugs on the frustration. Way to go on carefully reading the label!

You may be on mobile and can't see the original date of this blog -- but it was in 2015. Just Mayo reformulated later on to add soy.

I believe there is a soy-free mayo by Vegenaise. I'm not sure of the facility info,  but no soy ingredients are listed in the soy-free variety. Look for the light green lid. I'm not sure of the rest of your allergy "avoids," so it may or may not be safe for your family.

As always, double-check by calling the manufacturer because "may contains" or "shared equipment/facilities" would be voluntary labels. 

The Just Mayo label warns “May contain soy.”  In my experience, this means that there is soy hidden in there somewhere. As in the Helman’s Canola Mayo which actually does have soy in it which is included under “natural flavors” on the label, it may be hidden under the “fruit and vegetable juice” in the label. So the search for Soy Free Mayo continues. Soy is in everything. When I was a child, no one ever heard of soy except in sauce or tofu in a Chinese restaurant. It is in everything for 2 reasons: $ it is cheaper & the soy industry pushed it back in the early 1960s because it is a relatively worry free crop for farmers. Most pests won’t bother it. But it is processed in very toxic ways, even some of the organic soy is processed this way. 

Dh says he likes it better than vegenaise. I think it's more savory tasting - vegenaise is more sweet. I also discovered this is the company that appeared on an episode of Bizarre Eats. Still can't find the travel packets though - even in lexington walmarts. We'll keep an eye out though. 

DS and I went to our walmart to look for them. We found Just Mayo - but only in the regular packaging, not the little travel packets. It was on the bottom shelf with the other mayos. Shelf stable until opened.

 

The price is about 1/2 of Vegenaise so we bought one. DS likes it. DH and I have not tried it yet. I'm very excited for an egg free mayo I can purchase locally (nearest whole foods is 45min away) AND is half the cost. So we'll be keeping an eye out for the travel packets. I'll also be checking other walmarts to see if they have stocked them yet.  

do the just mayo packets require refrigeration?  If not, this could be a very handy thing to be able to carry.  I can see many uses.  

- tuna salad on the go

-honey mustard dipping sauce.  - packets of honey and mustard needed too.

-just having mayo on a sandwich...  yum!

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