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Red Star®
the famous yeast brand for
American customers


B-vitamins including B12




Made in USA

Red Star® nutritional yeast offers B-vitamins, non-animal proteins, fibers, and minerals
to improve
the nutrition

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Red Star® nutritional yeast is a B-vitamin fortified yeast. The yeast is a specially selected strain of Saccharomyces cerevisiae, naturally containing proteins and fibers, and fortified with essential B vitamins and minerals.

Red Star® has been delivering consistent-quality products since 1887. A favorite among American consumers is Red Star® nutritional yeast in flakes.

What is nutritional yeast?

Yeasts are single-celled microorganisms from Saccharomyces cerevisiae species. Nutritional yeasts are inactive dried yeast consumed for their nutritional profile. With this kind of yeast, making bread is impossible due to the inactivation. Nutritional yeast presents an excellent nutritional profile full of nutrients including non-animal proteins, fibers, minerals, and         B-vitamins.

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A 100% Made in USA product

Red Star® nutritional yeast is manufactured in a state-of-the-art, GMP-certified facility in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, where we control every aspect of the production process to meet these important standards:

· Vegan and Vegetarian-friendly

· Clean label

· Gluten-Free

· Allergen-Free

· No added preservatives, flavors, and colors

· Non-GMO

A tasty nutritional yeast

Nutritional yeast and Red Star® nutritional yeast present a yeasty, cheesy, nutty taste that consumers love. Thanks to this property, consumers sprinkle nutritional yeast in their favorite meal to improve the nutrition while adding a good taste.

A sustainable product

The nutritional yeast production process is respectful of the environment. Indeed, to produce nutritional yeast, by-products from sugar industry are used, molasse and glucose syrup. All the by-product generated during the production of the yeast are used by farmers to be spread on the field to feed future crops.

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