The new report by Procurement Resource, a global procurement research and consulting firm, looks in-depth into the costs involved in the production of yeast extract. The comprehensive report analyses the production cost of the material, covering raw material costs and co-product credit, equipment costs, land and site costs, labour wages, maintenance costs, financing charges, and the depreciation cost. The extensive study describes the step-wise consumption of material and utilities, along with a detailed process flow diagram. The report also assesses the latest developments within the yeast extract industry that might influence the costs of production, looking into the capacity expansions, plant turnarounds, and mergers, acquisitions, and investments.
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Yeast extract comprises of the cell contents of a yeast cell, excluding the cell walls. It is majorly used in food flavouring to make bread and beer. It is also added in soy sauce and cheese to obtain a savoury flavour. The taste created by the yeast is often referred to as ‘umami.’ Some of the products which contain yeast extract are – canned soups and stews, frozen dinner, salty snacks, and more.
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The global yeast extract market is estimated to grow at a healthy pace in the coming years. The increase in demand for natural ingredients in the food and beverage industry will facilitate the growth of the global market. However, in countries like India, while the government gradually eased restrictions in June, regional lockdowns in some major agriculture producing states continued to disrupt supplies of essential perishables like fruits and vegetables. With the decreasing supply of vegetables and fruits, the demand for yeast extract fell too. These factors are expected to influence the production cost of yeast extract.
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The production cost report by Procurement Resource assesses the production of yeast extract via fermentation, centrifugation, and evaporation. In this process, the yeast is fermented with sugar. Then, the yeast cells are heated in order to break down their cell walls and extract the cell content. In the next step, the centrifugal force is applied to the cell to remove the cell walls to give a clear yeast extract. This yeast extract is then concentrated under vacuum, dried, and pulverised into powder.
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