Biospringer Launches Springer Organic Baker’s Yeast Extract, Meeting the Need for Clean and Simple Ingredients

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09 Jun 2016 --- Biospringer launches Springer Organic Baker’s Yeast Extract, meeting the industry’s need for clean and simple ingredients. This new organic baker’s yeast extract strongly delivers on flavor enhancement and taste modification.

Springer Organic Baker’s Yeast Extract is a natural ingredient produced from yeast without any chemical additives. Springer Organic Baker’s Yeast Extract can be used in a wide range of applications to boost and enhance savory notes, including snacks, dressings, soups, sauces, gravies and vegetarian products. Following key market trends such as consumers’ concerns for healthier and organic foods, Biospringer assists clients to create clean and simple flavor solutions for their products. Biospringer’s in-house experts at our Culinary Centers always provide unparalleled customer support, recipe development and optimization for regional tastes.

With the introduction of Springer Organic Baker’s Yeast Extract, there will be even more options when developing custom solutions for our clients’ specific needs.  Biospringer has a team of scientists dedicated specifically to the development of yeast extracts. Expert panels and flavorists assess new prototypes and optimize performance in application. Biospringer technology, which includes a Taste Panel and Electronic Nose, enables the offering of exceptional product and recipe evaluation to their customers.  

Biospringer’s global production capacities and the ability for their clients to locally source yeast extracts lead to logistic cost savings and carbon footprint improvement.

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Biospringer – Natural Yeast Ingredients

With 160 years of expertise, Biospringer is the global producer of natural yeast ingredients for the food industry. Its range of products is the most comprehensive on the market and includes yeast extracts, dried food yeast, autolyzed yeast, yeast cells. Essential in the construction of taste, Biospringer's products provide solutions for improving flavour profile with natural base notes, umami and kokumi notes as well as solutions for salt reduction and fat reduction.

Biospringer operates five factories in France, China, United States and Brazil. Its R&D team strives to continuously improve its products range ensuring Biospringer provides state of the art products today and tomorrow. In addition, in each region, its Culinary Center teams can help food producers get the most out of Biospringer products in their recipes.

Biospringer is a Business Unit of Lesaffre, significant player worldwide for the design and production of yeast solutions for the bakery, nutrition and human care industries.

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