Yeast extract in the News

Read latest news about Yeast extracts :

Yeast Extract: Not MSG But Is It Safe? For healthy individuals, glutamates play a vital role both in good health and good hearth (food). Avoiding only the synthetic type of MSG is necessary in most cases, which yeast extract is most definitely not. – 14 June 2017

10 Questions About Yeast Extract (EURASYP)Answers to 10 commonly asked questions (PDF)

Yeast Extract may boost brain function Recent study conducted by University of York on yeast extract and brain health – 5 Apr. 2017

Unilever’s Marmite in the news (USA Today) – Tesco and Unilever are in a dispute around pricing of Marmite – 13 Oct. 2016

Biospringer launches Springer Organic Baker’s Yeast Extract – October 2016

You Should Be Cooking with Marmite (Paste Magazine) – Marmite and Vegemite, popular spreads made of yeast extract, both add tasty flavor to meals. Kenji Lopéz-Alt of the website Serious Eats calls the ingredient an “umami bomb” and is sharing recipes with the products on his new book tour – 11 nov. 2015

Yeast Extract a good source of protein and b vitamins (Naturally Good Food) Yeast extract is a great-cupboard ingredient for vegans. Everyone needs plenty of vitamin B12 to maintain healthy blood and a functional nervous system – 5 May 2015

Food Science Fact or Fiction – Explaining Yeast Extract (Wildtree) – Great video showing the process of making yeast extract from baker’s yeast. – 8 Oct. 2013

Myths and Misconceptions: MSG (Whole Foods) – Autolyzed yeast and hydrolyzed proteins, among other ingredients, are completely natural ingredients – 25 Jul. 2008

Extracting Yeast’s Flavor Advantage (Natural Products Insider) -Today’s food industry still prizes yeast’s fermentation abilities but has discovered another valuable function: Yeast can improve and enhance the flavor of a whole spectrum of foods. – 7 Feb. 2007





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