Let’s talk

Nutritional Yeast BOOST IT WITH NOOCH


What is it?

Deactivated yeast pulled from a strain of Saccharomyces Cerevisiae.
Use it the same way you would use grated cheese
Used to add extra protein and vitamins to meals.
Lovingly called “Nooch” it is a 100% plant-based seasoning

Move over

Packed with protein and B vitamins, Bragg® Nutritional Yeast Seasoning is the perfect vegan substitute for all your parmesan cravings.

An excellent source of Thiamin, Riboflavin, Niacin, Folic acid, and Vitamins B6 + B12.
A source of muscle-building protein.
Beta-glucan fiber, when derived from Saccharomyces cerevisiae yeast (such as Bragg Nutritional Yeast), helps support healthy immune function.


NOOCH is made by fermenting Saccharomyces cerevisiae yeast, then drying it out for harvesting. Bragg’s nutritional yeast is grown in vats of carbohydrate rich blends, like molasses, corn, and other sugar rich sources. Once the yeast is mature, it gets poured onto a conveyor belt and goes through a drying process that breaks it down into little flakes. It’s that simple!

Vitamin B12 is an essential vitamin, meaning humans must consume it in the diet because we cannot make it in our bodies. The main sources of vitamin B12 are meat, poultry, fish, eggs, milk, cheese, and fortified cereals. The recommended intake for vitamin B12 is 2.4 micrograms per day for adults. Since the main sources of vitamin B12 are animal products, vegans are typically lacking in vitamin B12 because they do not eat animal products including fish, eggs, milk, and cheese. Prolonged deficiency in vitamin B12 can lead to weakness, fatigue, anemia, memory loss, and even numbness or tingling in the hands and feet. If left untreated, the deficiency can cause severe neurologic problems and blood diseases. The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition suggests that, to avoid vitamin B12 deficiency, vegans should regularly consume foods fortified with vitamin B12, such as nutritional yeast.

Saccharomyces cerevisiae is a microorganism used in the fermentation of different foods.

Beta-glucan is a soluble dietary fiber found in the cell walls of yeast (like in Bragg nutritional yeast!) and other plant-based foods such as oats and barley. The source of the compound is important—yeast-derived beta-glucan has different properties and health benefits than beta-glucan from oats, for example. Scientific research suggests that beta-glucan is associated with improved immune response, healthy blood sugar levels, and cholesterol levels when derived from Saccharomyces cerevisiae yeast.

Nutrition with a shaker top









Real talk…


Timothy Y.

Great addition to vegetarian dishes.

It provides a needed boost in nutrition and taste to my cooking.

Janet B.

Helped with dizziness

When I bent over to weed or what ever reason I would get soo dizzy and nauseous After about 3 weeks of 2 tbs per day , it is gone. Dr says it is b vitamins and to keep taking it

Jennifer P.

Best nooch

Love the shaker makes it so easy to use

Deborah H.

Good stuff! Sprinkled it on

Good stuff! Sprinkled it on dinner, mixed it in a little and never knew I’d added anything!