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Is d-gluconolactone vegan?

D-gluconolactone is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is d-gluconolactone?

D-gluconolactone is a white, odorless, crystalline powder that is commonly used as a food additive and ingredient in cosmetic and pharmaceutical products. It is a natural compound that is produced by the oxidation of glucose, and is often used as a substitute for traditional preservatives in foods such as baked goods, dairy products, and beverages. D-gluconolactone is also a key ingredient in many skin care products due to its ability to exfoliate and improve skin texture, as well as its antioxidant properties. Additionally, it has been shown to have numerous health benefits, such as improving liver function and reducing inflammation.

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