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Are pectines amidées vegan?

Pectines amidées is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is pectines amidées?

Pectines amidées are a type of modified citrus pectin that have been chemically altered to increase their gelling properties. These white, odorless, and tasteless powders are commonly used as a thickener and stabilizer in the food industry. Pectines amidées are soluble in hot water and form a gel when cooled, which makes them ideal for use in jams, jellies, and other fruit-based products. In addition, they can also be used in dairy products, beverages, and baked goods to improve texture and consistency. Pectines amidées are considered a safe food ingredient and are approved for use in many countries around the world.

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