1910 Germany M. Doerbruck first used yeast slurry from beer production as supplemental feed, and named as feed yeast. At the first international Conference on Single-cell proteins held in the United States in 1967, it was decided that all proteins made from single-celled microbes are collectively known as Single-cell proteins. In addition to yeast, there are bacteria, radiation bacteria, algae and filamentous fungi. The world's Single-cell protein production has exceeded 1.4 million tonnes in 1980. China began producing feed yeast in the early 60, but it still has less production.
- Brief Introduction Of Low Sugar Yeast
- The Division Reason Of Low-sugar Yeast
- The Cultivation Method Of Low-sugar Yeast
- The Use Of Yeast
- Introduction To Feed Yeast
- Raw Materials And Strains Of Feed Yeast
- Production Process Of Feed Yeast
- Composition And Application Of Feed Yeast
- Product Characteristics Of Feed Yeast
- Identification Of The True And False Of Feed Yeast
- Solutions Of The U.S. Increased Importing Tariff
- Inspection Of Goods Before Shipment At Port
- The Global Yeast Market Will Reach $5.1 Billion...
- Yeast Industry Overview Analysis Of 2017
- The Emphasis On Yeast Feed Will Be A Global Trend