Seitenbacher doesn't uses MSG.
Monosodium glutamate, also known as sodium glutamate
and MSG, is a white powder that is used (as isolated substance) as an
in the food industry labeled under E620 in Europe, to influence the taste
This powder is unwillingly used by natural foods
producers, because it's an isolated substance. (a substance that is
taken out of its natural context)
Seitenbacher cautionsly dispenses with isolated
materials or artificial additives. We are using ingredients, that are
tasty by nature and do have taste improving characteristics, for
example: tomato powder, yeast powder, walnut flour or dried naturally mushrooms and so
These basic materials are naturally containing
glutamic acid, that also has taste improving characteristics. Also MSG or glutamic acid is not produced during part
of the processing. Yeast
naturally contains about 2-3 % glutamic acid (not as isolated substance).
Isolated glutamate and also MSG have to be declared in
Also added isolated glutamic acid has to be declared.
Seitenbacher doesn't use MSG or glutamic acid as
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