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Are amidons vegan?

Amidons, also known as starches, are a group of complex carbohydrates commonly used as food ingredients. They are derived from various plant sources such as corn, wheat, tapioca, potato, and rice. Amidons are widely used in the food industry as thickeners, binders, stabilizers, and gelling agents. They are also used in the production of various food products such as bread, pasta, and pastries. Amidons are known for their versatility and ability to enhance texture, viscosity, and mouthfeel in food products. They are an essential ingredient in many processed foods, making them a staple in the modern food industry.

Amidons is a vegan food ingredient.

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