Sapore Salome

Sapore Salome is designed to give your rye and wholemeal bread an appealing flavour, colour and crumb structure. It combines the functionality of malt and traditional sourdough.

  • Improves freshness.
  • Improves bake stability.
  • Masks bitterness and sourness.
  • Darkens the crumb colour.
  • Gives a tight and regular crumb structure.
  • Improves elasticity and sliceability.
  • Suitable for Vegan and Vegetarian diets.
Customer advantages
  • Breads with uniform quality
  • Easy to use and dose
  • bitterness masking
Consumer advantages
  • Strong aromatic characteristic taste
  • Gives typical sourdough taste
  • Improved sliceability

We all know that eating rye and wholegrain bread is very beneficial because of the dietary fiber, but such breads often have a characteristic tang or acidity. Some of us love their unique taste, but for others it’s just not their cup of tea. So in our Center for Bread Flavour we created this specific sourdough, to increase the sweet notes in rye breads and to remove the bitterness of the bran in wholegrain breads; and if that’s not enough, Salome also gives them a beautiful darker crumb colour.


Liquid rye sourdough (water, fermented rye flour, salt), dark sugar syrup. Malt extract (barley malt, water), water, stabilizer: xanthan gum (E415)

Nutritional value
Total Fat: 0.2 g

Of WHICH Saturated Fat: <0.1 g

Of WHICH Polyunsaturated Fat: <0.1 g

Of WHICH Monounsaturated Fat: <0.1 g

Added salt: 100 mg

Total carbohydrates: 30.2 g

Of WHICH Dietary Fiber: 1.5 g

Of WHICH Total sugars: 18.4 g

Protein: 3.1 g

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Center For Bread Flavour

Located in St. Vith, Belgium, the Center For Bread Flavour gives customers, scientists and Puratos employees the chance to share their passion for bread and best practice in achieving perfect flavours. It is also home to our famous Sourdough Library.


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