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Is disulfito de sodio vegan?

Disulfito de sodio is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is disulfito de sodio?

Disulfito de sodio, also known as sodium metabisulfite, is a white crystalline powder commonly used as a food preservative and antioxidant. It is highly soluble in water and has a slightly acidic taste. Disulfito de sodio is known for its ability to prevent the growth of bacteria, mold, and yeast in food products, helping to extend their shelf life. It is also used in the production of wine and beer, as it can inhibit the growth of unwanted microorganisms and preserve the flavor and aroma of the final product. However, some people may be sensitive to disulfito de sodio and experience allergic reactions or asthma symptoms.

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