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Are copper complexes of chlorophyllins vegan?

Copper complexes of chlorophyllins is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is copper complexes of chlorophyllins?

Copper complexes of chlorophyllins are a unique class of food ingredients that are derived from natural sources, specifically chlorophyll found in green leafy vegetables. These compounds are often used as a natural colorant and can impart a bright green hue to food products. Additionally, copper complexes of chlorophyllins possess antioxidant properties, which may help to extend the shelf life of certain foods. They are generally considered safe for consumption and have been approved for use in a variety of food products by regulatory agencies worldwide.

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