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Is carbonato di sodio vegan?

Carbonato di sodio is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is carbonato di sodio?

Carbonato di sodio, also known as sodium carbonate or soda ash, is a white, odorless powder with a chemical formula Na2CO3. It is commonly used as a food ingredient for pH regulation, as well as a cleaning and industrial agent. In the food industry, carbonato di sodio is used in the production of baked goods, such as biscuits and pretzels, to help the dough rise and achieve a crispy texture. It is also used as a food additive to enhance the taste and appearance of certain foods. Carbonato di sodio is considered safe for consumption in regulated amounts, but excessive intake may cause adverse health effects.

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