The secret power of malt

The unique and clever use of malt is one of the reasons Soreen Malt Loaf is such a favourite, and apparently, we have the lovely Ancient Egyptians to thank for discovering how great malt is in baking. Malt helps give Soreen its brown colouring and unique squidgy texture that everyone has come to love.

  • Rich in ‘b’ vitamins

    Rich in
    ‘b’ vitamins

    Malt is a rich source of B vitamins, including thiamine, riboflavin, niacin, folate and vitamin B-6. B vitamins are essential for converting the carbs, protein and fat contained in food into energy.

  • Source of essential amino acids

    Source of essential
    amino acids

    Malt extract is a source of essential amino acids (the building blocks of protein). The body is made up of 20% protein so foods containing amino acids are a crucial part of the diet.

  • Source of natural energy

    Source of
    natural energy

    Malt is a great source of natural energy and has been used as a trusted source of energy for years. Before fancy superfoods were widely available, people used to regularly consume malt for its health and energy boosting properties.