Three new species of yeasts isolated from fresh soft fruit are described. Torulopsis pustula was isolated from blackcurrants, Torulopsis bacarum from blackcurrants, strawberries and raspberries, and Torulopsis multis-gemmis from raspberries. All differ from known species in the test substrates they utilize. In addition, cells of Torulopsis pustula often form a bulbous projection near their apices from which budding takes place. These buds are frequently pear- or heart-shaped.