Feel free to bake with Wacker’s non-animal L-Cysteine
L-CYSTEINE acts as a highly efficient dough softener, making dough far easier to mix and process. Its usage improves overall texture and volume for high-quality baked goods.
However, L-cysteine is often extracted from feathers or human hair.
More and more people want to reduce their intake of food of animal origin, and WACKER offers the perfect solution: the first L-cysteine based on starch fermentation – a purely vegan, kosher and halal alternative.
WACKER’s L-cysteine is plant-derived and has compelling advantages:
- Non-human, non-animal origin
- Kosher, halal
Feel free to learn all about our L-cysteine at www.wacker.com/cysteine-bakery
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