Marmite is the brand name for a vegetarian seasoning paste that was invented in the United Kingdom in 1902 and has enjoyed unbroken popularity to this day, especially in English-speaking countries.
As a yeast extract, Marmite has an intense yeasty taste and is mainly used as a spread on bread, but also to season soups and stews or poured with hot water as a bouillon.
„Love it or hate it“
Due to the colonial past and because of the many health benefits, this spice paste is also widespread in Sri Lanka. The children from Sri Lanka know the miracle paste from England all too well. You either like it or hate it. Are you a Marmite lover or a hater? You do not know? Then find out and add it to your shopping cart right away.
Ingredients:Yeast Extract, Salt, Vegetable Extract, Niacin, Vitamin B1, Spice Extract (contains CELERY), Vitamin B2, Folic Acid, Vitamin B12.
[Nutritional value] Energy|260 kcal, fat|0.5g, seeded. fat| 0.1g, carbohydrates|30g, dav. Sugar|1.2g, Egg White|34g, Salt|10.8g
Vitamins: B1, B2, B3, B12