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Are diglycérides acides gras vegan?

Diglycérides acides gras is potentially vegan - it can be derived from plants or animals. You should ask the manufacturer for more details.

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So, what is diglycérides acides gras?

Diglycérides acides gras is a food ingredient that is commonly used as an emulsifier in the food industry. This ingredient is made up of a combination of two fatty acid chains and glycerol molecules. Diglycérides acides gras helps to stabilize mixtures of oil and water, allowing them to remain combined for longer periods of time. This makes it an essential ingredient in many processed foods, such as baked goods, margarine, and other spreads. It is a safe and effective food additive that has been approved for use by regulatory agencies around the world.

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