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Is anhydride sulfureux vegan?

Anhydride sulfureux is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is anhydride sulfureux?

Anhydride sulfureux, also known as sulfur dioxide, is a colorless gas with a pungent odor commonly used as a food preservative due to its ability to prevent bacterial growth and discoloration. It can also act as an antioxidant, preventing the oxidation of fats and oils in food products. Despite its effectiveness, anhydride sulfureux can cause respiratory and allergic reactions in some individuals, and its use is regulated by food safety authorities. In addition to its food-related applications, anhydride sulfureux is also used in the production of paper, textiles, and other industrial processes.

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