Yeast extract

Saccharomyces cerevisiae

Saccharomyces cerevisiae.

Yeast extract of Saccharomyces cerevisiae. It is a water-soluble powder of free peptides and amino acids, which is formed as a result of heating yeast with the addition of enzymes, followed by the removal of cell walls. It contains glutamic, inosinic and guanylic acid in its composition. Due to this property, it is widely used in the food industry as an additive in the manufacture of sauces and fast food. Yeast extract has a rich taste very similar to meat broth. Yeast extract significantly reduces the use of salt and is considered a natural flavor enhancer.

  • nat_dob
    - A NATURAL ADDITIVE THAT GIVES THE PRODUCTS THE TASTE OF MEAT BROTH
  • vitamin
    - CONTAIN VITAMINS, MINERALS, AMINO ACIDS
  • protein
    - HIGH PROTEIN CONTENT, MORE THAN 60 %
  • sol_sepc
    - A HEALTHY ALTERNATIVE TO SALT AND SPICES
  • belok
    - WATER-SOLUBLE FRACTION OF FREE PEPTIDES AND AMINO ACIDS
  • pisha
    - THEY ARE EASILY DIGESTED AND ABSORBED IN THE BODY

Yeast extract is used in the food industry as a natural flavor enhancer.

It is also widely used in biotechnology as the basis of nutrient media.