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Is gluconsäure vegan?

Gluconsäure is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is gluconsäure?

Gluconsäure, also known as gluconic acid, is a naturally occurring food ingredient that is commonly found in fermented products such as wine, yogurt, and sauerkraut. This water-soluble acid is derived from glucose through partial oxidation and has a mild sour taste. It is widely used in the food and beverage industry as a preservative, acidulant, flavor enhancer, and chelating agent. Gluconsäure also has several non-food applications, including its use in cleaning agents, pharmaceuticals, and cosmetics due to its antibacterial properties. Its versatility, safety, and efficacy make it a popular ingredient in various industries.

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