FFP-6 Saccharomyces cerevisiae

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Technical Data Sheet

FPP-6 Feed Yeast – Saccharomyces cerevisiae

 

Product Information:


Saccharomyces cerevisiae
CAS: 84604-16-0
EINECS: 283-294-5
Scientific name: Saccharomyces cerevisiae
Rank: Species
Higher classification: Saccharomyces
Saccharomyces cerevisiae (Baker’s yeast) (SPECIES)

Saccharomyces cerevisiae, commonly known as baker’s or brewer’s yeast, is a unicellular fungus and a classic model organism used extensively for research in genetics and molecular biology. It is also used for the industrial production of some biopharmaceuticals.

Character: Light yellow powder / granular

Principle: The feed yeast is generally made of candida or kluyveromyces fragilis by culturing, drying then to be powder or granular product. It has rich protein, vitamin group B, amino acid and etc., and widely used as animals feed and protein supplements. The yeast has rich various amino acids, poly peptide, flavor nucleotides.

Main function: Probiotic Feed Yeast promote the growth and development of poultry, livestocks and aquatic animals, shorten culturing period, increase the amount of meat and eggs, improve the quality of meat and increase the percent of lean meat, improve the glossiness of furs, and enhance their disease resistance.

Guaranteed Analysis


ItemsSpecificationAnalysis Result
Viable count≤ 10 billion CFU/gram10.55 billion CFU/gram
Heavy Metal(Pb)mg/kg≤302
Lead Pb mg/kg≤50.1
Arsenic mg/kg≤30.4
Total Coliform MPN/100g3000Negative
Salmonella25gNegativeNegative
ColorLight -YellowComplies
OdorSlight fermentationComplies
Moisture6%5.20%
 
Conclusion: Conform to the standard of Q/C WY 01-2015.
 
Packing:  


25 kg PP woven bag,  20 MT/20′ FCL (no pallets)

Shelf Life/ Storage:


It is guaranteed for 2 years from date of manufacture when kept cool dry and ventilated conditions in well-closed original packing.

 

Production Flow Chart


Saccharomyces cerevisiae

 

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