What is yeast?
Yeast is a tiny microorganism. The yeast cell is smaller than a grain of sand and can only be seen with a microscope.
Yeast may be small, but it is extraordinarily strong and is at the origin of fermentation, the powerful process that enables bread dough to rise, grains to turn into beer, grapes to become wine, and biomatter to become ethanol-based fuels!
While yeast comes from natural origins it also has an outstanding nutritional profile that can help feed the world's growing population while helping to preserve resources on Earth.
But that’s not all! Yeast can also help solve some of the world’s most pressing issues like diabetes and obesity by not only making food tastier but also reducing its fat, sugar, and salt content, making it healthier, and giving it an even more prevalent role in our diet than ever before!