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Is ammoniak-zuckerkulör vegan?

Ammoniak-zuckerkulör is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is ammoniak-zuckerkulör?

Ammoniak-zuckerkulör is a German term for an unusual and somewhat controversial food ingredient commonly used as a coloring agent. It is a dark brown, viscous liquid made by heating a mixture of sugar and ammonium compounds. Despite its popularity in certain food industries, some concerns have been raised about its safety, as high levels of consumption may lead to adverse effects on health. Ammoniak-zuckerkulör is used in a variety of food and beverage products, from savory sauces and gravies to sweet carbonated drinks and bakery goods, adding a distinct color and flavor to the final product.

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