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Are oleths vegan?

Oleths is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is oleths?

Oleths are a class of food ingredients that are used as emulsifiers, thickeners, and stabilizers in a wide range of food products. They are derived from natural sources, such as vegetable oils, and are known for their ability to enhance the texture and mouthfeel of food. Oleths are particularly useful in the production of baked goods, dairy products, and sauces, where they help to create a smooth and consistent texture. These ingredients are also valued for their ability to improve the shelf life of food products by preventing the separation of ingredients over time. Oleths are considered safe for human consumption and are widely used in the food industry.

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