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  • 03 Oct 2022 --- Lallemand Bio-Ingredients offers an elaborate portfolio of specialty ingredients to help address the many challenges surrounding alternative dairy products. If you are looking for a better nutritional profile, or to improve flavor and texture, take advantage of our natural yeast products and expertise.This Technical Paper is from Lallemand Bio-Ingredients.

  • 04 Nov 2019 --- Need help to bridge the gap between plant-based products and animal-based ones? Learn more about Lallemand Bio-Ingredients offer! We can support you in reproducing the sensory properties of meat and dairy products. As consumers are seeking juiciness, texture, great taste and a balanced nutritional profile, yeast is the natural solution

  • 30 Sep 2019 --- Selenium is a trace element required for normal functioning of all organisms. Saccharomyces cerevisiae yeast can convert more than 99% of inorganic selenium into its safest, bioavailable organically complexed food forms.  Supplementation with selenium yeast may prevent some forms of cancer, and support immunity, thyroid, brain health and fertility.

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  • 26 Oct 2022 --- Tobias Fischborn talks through the launch of an HS2-free lager yeast hybrid and a new nutrient based on yeast extracts which is organic certified and mainly developed for sugar fermentation of hard seltzer to give a cleaner flavor compared to chemical solutions.

  • 13 Dec 2021 --- Lallemand Bio-Ingredients is continuing to expand its line of vegan and halal yeast-based flavors, most recently with pork-inspired offerings. Sales manager Christian Heiss elaborates on how this taps into the growing clean label trend, as well as teasing upcoming cheesy launches.

  • 20 Feb 2019 --- Lallemand Bio Ingredients offers Bio-Lyfe and Bio-Engevita yeasts, which can be used to complement one another to help you create savory and health food products. These ingredients can help bring out savory notes in soups, sauces & snacks. They allow for longer lasting flavors in seasonings and snacks applications. They can also help with sodium reduction and bring out meaty notes in vegetarian or vegan meat analogs. Silvia Soragni speaks about the  rising demand for organic yeast extracts and the sourcing challenges involved.

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