Yes, yeast extract is gluten free. However, be on the lookout for “brewer's yeast,”
which is not gluten free.
www.beyondceliac.org/SiteData/docs/Dispelling/6573b2fbba859ed4/Dispelling Gluten-Free Labeling and Ingredients Myths FINAL.pdf
or “certified gluten-free oats” in the ingredients list even when a food is labeled
gluten- ..... the source of yeast extract in a food product NOT labeled gluten- free.
Apr 24, 2012 ... http://www.celiac.com/gluten-free/topic/88719-yeast-extract/. It also states that
autolyzed yeast extract is also gluten free. I guess in this instance ...
So you've been diagnosed, and told to eat a gluten free diet. ... Unless specified
gluten free these types of foods are generally NOT gluten free: bread, burger ...
May 23, 2014 ... Yeast extract, usually eaten by consumers as Marmite or Vegemite, has
historically been considered safe to include in a gluten-free diet.
Jun 25, 2013 ... Over the summer the ingredients changed and now autolyzed yeast extract from
barley is being used. Is it still gluten free? Is it possible this ...
However, despite generally being gluten-free, extracts from yeast cultures that
were cultivated in barley or malt medium do contain gluten and need to have ...
Nov 12, 2013 ... The following yeasts are all gluten-free: active dry; autolyzed (not autolyzed yeast
extract – see below); baker's; nutritional. Brewer's yeast is ...
What has been found is that celiac patients, in fact anyone on a gluten-free diet,
.... brewer's yeast (unless prepared with a sugar molasses base), yeast extract ...
'Yeast extract, usually eaten by consumers as Marmite or Vegemite, has
historically been considered safe to include in a gluten-free diet. It is usually only