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Is acessulfame de potássio vegan?

Acessulfame de potássio is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is acessulfame de potássio?

Acessulfame de potássio, also known as Ace-K, is a calorie-free sweetener that is commonly used as a sugar substitute in a variety of food products. It is approximately 200 times sweeter than sugar and has a clean, sweet taste without any bitter aftertaste. Ace-K is also heat-stable, making it a popular ingredient in baked goods and other processed foods. Despite some controversy surrounding its safety, it is approved by the FDA and is considered safe for consumption in moderate amounts. Acessulfame de potássio is a versatile ingredient that can be found in everything from diet sodas to protein bars.

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