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Is de mannitol vegan?

De mannitol is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is de mannitol?

D-mannitol is a naturally occurring sugar alcohol that is commonly used as a food ingredient due to its sweet taste and low calorie content. It is often used as a sugar substitute in sugar-free and low-calorie products such as chewing gum, candy, and baked goods. D-mannitol also has a cooling effect on the mouth, making it a popular ingredient in mint-flavored products. It is commonly derived from corn or other plant sources and is considered safe for consumption by regulatory agencies around the world. With its low glycemic index and calorie count, D-mannitol is an excellent choice for those looking to reduce their sugar intake.

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