Yeast extract

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Yeast extract is a perfect solution for a wide range of food formulations due to its nutrient profile. It is a rich source of vitamins, minerals, nucleotides, proteins and free amino acids. Yeast extracts are widely used in the food and beverage industry, pharmaceutical products, cosmetics, and animal feed.

Meeting customer demands for natural and clean label products, yeast extracts not only reduce salt, replace added monosodium glutamate or sugar they also round off the taste and enhance the flavor in different types of applications such as processed meat, ready meals, sauces, instant soups, seasonings, and snacks.