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Is estratto di malto d'orzo vegan?

Estratto di malto d'orzo is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is estratto di malto d'orzo?

Estratto di malto d'orzo, also known as barley malt extract, is a natural sweetener derived from sprouted barley grains. During the extraction process, the barley is heated and crushed, releasing the natural sugars and creating a thick, sticky syrup. This syrup is a rich source of vitamins and minerals, including B vitamins and iron. It has a sweet, caramel-like flavor that is commonly used in baking, brewing, and confectionery. Due to its high sugar content and nutritional value, estratto di malto d'orzo is a popular alternative to refined sugar in many health-conscious diets.

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