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Is acide citrique ajouté vegan?

Acide citrique ajouté is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is acide citrique ajouté?

Acide citrique ajouté is a common food additive that is used as a flavoring agent and preservative in many processed foods and beverages. It is a naturally occurring organic acid found in citrus fruits, but the acide citrique ajouté used in food products is typically synthesized through a fermentation process. This food ingredient is highly acidic, which helps to balance and enhance the flavors of foods and drinks. Additionally, it has antimicrobial properties that help to extend the shelf life of products. Although generally recognized as safe by regulatory agencies, excessive consumption of acide citrique ajouté may cause digestive discomfort in some individuals.

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