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Is biossido di zolfo vegan?

Biossido di zolfo is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is biossido di zolfo?

Biossido di zolfo, also known as sulfur dioxide, is a colorless gas with a pungent odor commonly used as a food preservative. It is highly soluble in water and forms sulfurous acid when combined with moisture, which acts as an antimicrobial agent to inhibit the growth of bacteria, yeasts, and fungi in foods. Biossido di zolfo is often used to preserve dried fruits, wine, and other fermented products, as well as to maintain the color and flavor of foods during processing and storage. However, some people may be sensitive to its effects, and its use is regulated by food safety agencies to ensure safe consumption.

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