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Are tocoferoles vegan?

Tocoferoles is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is tocoferoles?

Tocopherols are a group of four different forms of vitamin E that are commonly used as a natural antioxidant in the food industry. They are found in a variety of plant oils, such as soybean and sunflower oil, and can also be derived from wheat germ. Tocopherols are known for their ability to protect fats and oils from oxidation, which helps to extend the shelf life of food products. They are often used in baked goods, snacks, and other packaged foods to maintain freshness and prevent rancidity. Tocopherols are also believed to have potential health benefits, such as reducing inflammation and protecting against heart disease.

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