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Is diacetato sódico vegan?

Diacetato sódico is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is diacetato sódico?

Diacetato sódico, also known as sodium diacetate, is a food ingredient commonly used as a preservative and flavor enhancer. It is a white crystalline powder with a slightly acidic taste, made by combining acetic acid and sodium carbonate. Diacetato sódico has antimicrobial properties that help prevent the growth of bacteria in food products, extending their shelf life. It is commonly found in snack foods, baked goods, and meat products. With a long history of safe use in the food industry, diacetato sódico remains a popular choice for manufacturers looking to improve the taste and quality of their products.

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