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Are sodium of polyphosphates vegan?

Sodium of polyphosphates is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is sodium of polyphosphates?

Sodium polyphosphates are a group of food additives that act as emulsifiers, thickening agents, and moisture retention agents. They are derived from naturally occurring phosphates and are commonly used in processed foods to improve texture, prevent spoilage, and enhance flavor. Sodium of polyphosphates is a specific form of sodium polyphosphate that has been processed and purified for use in food products. It is often added to meat, seafood, and poultry products to increase their water-holding capacity, improve their tenderness, and extend their shelf life. While generally considered safe for consumption, excessive consumption of sodium polyphosphates may lead to negative health effects such as high blood pressure.

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