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Is acide tartrique vegan?

Acide tartrique is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is acide tartrique?

Acide tartrique, also known as tartaric acid, is a naturally occurring organic acid found in many fruits such as grapes, apricots, and bananas. It is commonly used as a food ingredient due to its unique tart flavor and ability to enhance the taste of other ingredients. Acide tartrique is often used as a natural preservative and acidity regulator in the food industry, especially in the production of wine and baked goods. Additionally, it is used in the pharmaceutical industry for its chelating properties and as a component in various cosmetic products. Its versatility and wide range of applications make acide tartrique a valuable ingredient in many different fields.

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