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Are sodium aluminum phosphates vegan?

Sodium aluminum phosphates is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is sodium aluminum phosphates?

Sodium aluminum phosphates are a group of chemical compounds that are commonly used as food additives to improve the texture and appearance of various processed foods. They are typically added to baked goods, such as cakes, muffins, and bread, as they can help to create a lighter, fluffier texture. Sodium aluminum phosphates also act as a leavening agent, which means that they help to make baked goods rise during the baking process. While they are generally considered safe for consumption in small amounts, some studies have raised concerns about their potential long-term health effects.

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