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Is azorubine vegan?

Azorubine is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is azorubine?

Azorubine is a synthetic food coloring agent that is commonly used in the food industry to enhance the visual appeal of food products. Also known as E122, it is a bright red powder that is soluble in water and alcohol. Azorubine is often added to a variety of food products, such as beverages, desserts, candies, and baked goods, to give them a deep, rich red hue. While azorubine is generally considered safe for consumption, some studies have suggested that it may cause adverse reactions in sensitive individuals. As with any food ingredient, it's important to consume azorubine in moderation and as part of a balanced diet.

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