Yes, yeast extract is gluten free. However, be on the lookout for “brewer's yeast,”
which is not gluten free.
Feb 7, 2013 ... My current recommendation when either yeast extract or autolyzed yeast extract
is listed as an ingredient in foods NOT labeled gluten-free is to ...
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 ...
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 ...
Jun 21, 2012 ... Brewer's yeast is unsafe and Marmite and other Yeast Extracts are it is said made
from .... Marmite is generally regarded as gluten free in UK.
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 ...
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 ...
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.
I've noticed that 'barley malt extract' is on the ingredients list of a breakfast cereal
which is listed in the Food ... How do I find out where I can buy gluten-free
communion wafers? ... Why is dried yeast now listed in the Food and Drink
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 ...