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Marmite is the proprietary name of a popular British spread. Its main ingredients are yeast and salt, although it also contains many important nutrients such as Niacin, Thiamin, Riboflavin, Folic Acid and Vitamin B12.[1] Marmite has a unique salty flavor to which few people are indifferent, hence the company's slogan: "love it or hate it". Marmite is usually eaten on toast. The Australian spread Vegemite is very similar.


  1. Marmite Website