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Kikkoman Gluten Free Teriyaki Sauce- Yeast?
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Hi, can someone please tell me if Kikkoman gluten free teriyaki sauce had yeast? I see it has wine in the ingredients. I'm new to eating yeast free. Thank you!

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Hi, can someone please tell me if Kikkoman gluten free teriyaki sauce had yeast? I see it has wine in the ingredients. I'm new to eating yeast free. Thank you!

Yeast is not listed on the bottle I have in my fridge.

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I don't see yeast in it but I'm wondering if there is yeast from the wine in the ingredients- hidden yeast.

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I don't see yeast in it but I'm wondering if there is yeast from the wine in the ingredients- hidden yeast.

Most ingredients are not hidden.  But, if you feel uncomfortable,  you can contact the company at www.kikkomanusa.com (assuming you are in the US)

 

I do like the labeling as it states : meets the FDA proposed guidelines for a gluten free declaration. (bold is mine)

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I did see the gluten free label but there is no fda labeling for yeast and there can be yeast in products that have no gluten from what I understand, such as wine. Like I said though, I am new to the yeast issue. I do have to avoid gluten as well. I appreciate your response though. :)

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I've read conflicting information. When in doubt, don't use it. :)

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Thanks Shadow. I was hesitant to ask the company because they don't have a number and want a mailing address to ask a question. I faked the address and hope they still respond. :)

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I got an answer:

Our Gluten-Free Teriyaki Marinade & Sauce is made with our Gluten-Free Soy Sauce. Kikkoman does use a yeast in manufacturing our gluten free and other soy sauces. Yeast is an important component to the fermentation process, but it is inactivated at the end of the manufacturing process when the soy sauce is heat treated.

We hope this information is helpful to you. If we may be of further assistance, please let us know.

Sincerely,

KIKKOMAN SALES USA, INC.

Consumer Services

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