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Is hydrolysed pork protein vegan?

Hydrolysed pork protein is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is hydrolysed pork protein?

Hydrolysed pork protein is a processed form of pork that has been broken down into smaller protein molecules through a process called hydrolysis. This form of protein is often used as an ingredient in various food products, such as soups, sauces, and snack foods, as it has a strong flavor profile and provides a source of amino acids for the body. Hydrolysed pork protein is also a common ingredient in pet food due to its high protein content and palatability. As a result, it is a popular choice among manufacturers looking to add a savory and meaty taste to their products.

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