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Is dimethyl-polysiloxane vegan?

Dimethyl-polysiloxane is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is dimethyl-polysiloxane?

Dimethyl-polysiloxane is a synthetic compound commonly used in food manufacturing as an anti-foaming agent. It is a type of silicone oil that is odorless, colorless, and tasteless, making it an ideal additive for a variety of food products. This ingredient is heat-stable and resistant to oxidation, making it a popular choice for deep-frying applications. It is also used in the production of chewing gum, candy, and other confectionery products. Despite some concerns about its safety, dimethyl-polysiloxane is generally considered to be a safe food additive when used within the recommended limits.

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