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Are sodium acid pyrophosphates vegan?

Sodium acid pyrophosphates is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is sodium acid pyrophosphates?

Sodium acid pyrophosphates (SAPP) is a versatile food ingredient commonly used as a leavening agent, emulsifier, and sequestrant. It is a white crystalline powder that is soluble in water and exhibits excellent thermal stability. SAPP is widely used in baked goods, such as cakes, bread, and cookies, to improve their texture and volume. It is also used in processed meats, dairy products, and canned fruits to prevent discoloration and maintain their quality. SAPP is considered safe for consumption by regulatory agencies and is an important ingredient in many packaged foods.

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