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Vecon is a concentrated vegetable stock, used for flavouring dishes. It is popular amongst vegetarians, as it can be used to replace other stock in soups, stews, etc. It is fortified with a number of vitamins that are rarer in vegetarian or vegan diets, such as iron and vitamin B12.

It's also often used sparingly as a spread much like marmite is on toast.


Hydrolysed vegetable (soya and maize), protein, water, dehydrated vegetable powder (onion, celery, tomato, parsley, spinach, garlic) yeast extract, red pepper extract 1%, carrot extract 1%, kelp,ferrous sulphate, vitamin C, niacin, beta carotene ground black pepper, riboflavin, thiamin, vitamin B12.[1]

Nutritional Information[edit]

Nutritional Information per 100g: Energy 531kJ/125kcal, Protein 16.6g, Carbohydrate 13.9g as sugars 2.9g, Fat 1.3g, as saturates 0.0g, Fibre 3.4g, Sodium 16.5g, Vitamin A 833.00 ug, Vitamin C 100.00 mg, Thiamin (Vit B) 5.00 mg, Riboflavin (Vit B2) 6.00 mg, Niacin 50.00 mg, Vitamin B12 13.00 ug, Iron 70.00 mg[1]


Australia - Kintra Foods[2]


  1. ^ a b "Vecon Concentrated Vegetable Stock 225g". Retrieved 27 September 2011. 
  2. ^ "Kintra Foods Home Page". Retrieved 27 September 2011.