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Is idigotine vegan?

Idigotine is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is idigotine?

Idigotine, also known as FD&C Blue No.2, is a synthetic blue dye commonly used in the food industry to enhance the color of various products, including desserts, candies, baked goods, and beverages. Despite its widespread use, idigotine has been the subject of controversy due to concerns over its safety. Studies have suggested that high doses of the additive may cause adverse effects, such as hyperactivity and allergic reactions. As a result, many countries have placed restrictions on the usage of idigotine in food products. While it remains a popular choice for certain food applications, consumers are advised to exercise caution when consuming products containing this ingredient.

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