Patented Production Process of BIOREAL Organic Yeast
BIOREAL® Organic Yeast - the better way
Production of conventional yeast
Molasses, a cheap by-product of sugar production, has been used in yeast production since the grain shortages of World War I. Conventional yeast production utilises chemical nitrogen sources such as ammonia, ammonium salts and lye, plus a variety of acids (including sulphuric acid), synthetic vitamins and growth substances. Conventional yeast requires several rinsing stages after fermentation, to remove unpleasant tastes and odours. The resulting wastewater is heavily contaminated and requires complex purification processing.
BIOREAL® organic yeast - the better way
Selected yeast strains and lactic acid bacteria cultures are bred in a wholly organic nutrient solution made from organic grain, pure spring water and enzymes. All micro-organisms and raw materials are guaranteed GMO-free. The fermentation process uses no chemical additives, and organic sunflower oil is used as an antifoaming agent. BIOREAL organic yeast requires no rinsing. Since all plant equipment is steam-cleaned and disinfectants are unnecessary, even the wastewater from full plant cleaning is free from contamination. The fermentation medium also forms the basis for further products such as sponge or yeast sourdough.