Bovril Veggie

$8.50 aud

Bovril is the trademarked name of a thick, slaty meat extract, developed in the 1870's by John Lawson Johnston. In November 2004, the manufacturers, Unilever, announced that the composition of Bovril was being changed from beef extract to a yeast extract, to make the product suitable for vegetarians and vegans.


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