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Is indigotin vegan?

Indigotin is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is indigotin?

Indigotin is a natural blue food dye that is extracted from the leaves of the indigo plant. It has been used for centuries to color fabrics and textiles, but it also has a range of culinary applications. Indigotin is a water-soluble pigment that can be used to add a rich blue color to food and beverages, including candy, ice cream, baked goods, and beverages. In addition to its vibrant hue, indigotin is known for its stability and resistance to fading, making it a popular choice for commercial food manufacturers. However, as with any food coloring, it is important to use indigotin in moderation and to be aware of any potential allergic reactions.

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