B-Vitamins yeast is produced using a fermentation process, which produces a primary grown, high protein, pure culture yeast whose growth is under aseptic, aerobic conditions.
During fermentation the temperature, pH, and growth are closely regulated. The resulting product, or yeast cream, is held in refrigerated storage to maintain cell viability and the B vitamins levels are enriched with a specified vitamins pack. Prior to drying the chilled yeast cream is pasteurized through a high temperature sterilization system to assure that it meets or exceeds established human food grade.
◉ Provide plenty of B-vitamins, protein, minerals and fiber;
◉ Abundant in selenium, iron, zinc, yeast glucan from natural yeast.
◉ As the raw materials of all kinds of foods supplying B-vitamins;
◉ As the raw materials of functional foods and supplements, supplying B-vitamins.
|B5 (Pantothenic acid)||20,000|
|B9 (Folic Acid)||800|