Dry Formulation of Baker's Yeast

vlinders at rcl.wau.nl vlinders at rcl.wau.nl
Thu Aug 12 08:22:43 EST 1993

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Baker's yeast has a wet formulation and a dry formulation.
The dry formulation in little bags of 7 g is sold by supermarkeds.
I would like to know how they dried this yeast. Is it done by
spray drying, freeze drying, or after making a yeast gel?
Could you provide some references about this?
Thanks in advance,
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Subject: Dry Formulation of Baker's Yeast
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