Marmite Yeast Extract.
Contains B Vitamins.
Product of the UK.
Net Wt 125g
Marmite is a concentrated yeast extract paste, enjoyed at any time of the day, whether on toast for breakfast, in sandwiches at lunchtime, or as an added ingredient in stews and casseroles.
MARMITE spread is 100% vegetarian, but unlike some vegetarian meals, MARMITE provides an excellent source of vitamin B12. This vitamin helps to prevent anaemia. It also contains a good source of Riboflavin and Niacin as well as an excellent source of Folic Acid.
MARMITE is good news for the nation's slimmers. It contains virtually no fat or sugar. A single 4gm serving amounts to only 10kcal typical values. MARMITE has a distinctive savoury taste, unlike anything else. "25% of British people take Marmite with them when they go on holiday". Where does the name "Marmite" come from?
A marmite is a French stock pot or cooking pot-like the one pictured on the front of the jar and shaped somewhat like the jar itself. The name of the French pot is pronounced "mar-MEET." The product name may have been derived from a famous French soup, petite marmite.
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