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Is grasso vegetale di palma vegan?

Grasso vegetale di palma is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is grasso vegetale di palma?

Grasso vegetale di palma is an ingredient derived from the fruit of the oil palm tree. It is a type of vegetable fat that is widely used in food production due to its high saturated fat content and ability to remain solid at room temperature. This ingredient is commonly used in baked goods, confectionery, and processed foods as a substitute for animal fats or hydrogenated oils. However, its use has been a subject of controversy due to environmental concerns related to palm oil production, as well as potential health risks associated with excessive consumption of saturated fats.

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