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Is hydrolysed vegétable protein vegan?

Hydrolysed vegétable protein is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is hydrolysed vegétable protein?

Hydrolysed vegetable protein, also known as HVP, is a flavour enhancer derived from vegetables such as corn, soy, and wheat. This ingredient is created by breaking down the protein in these vegetables into their component amino acids, which creates a savory and umami taste that is commonly used in processed foods. HVP is often used as a substitute for monosodium glutamate (MSG) and can be found in a wide range of products including soups, snacks, and sauces. Its versatility and ability to improve the flavour profile of foods make it a popular ingredient in the food industry.

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