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Is iodato di potassio vegan?

Iodato di potassio is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is iodato di potassio?

Iodato di Potassio, also known as potassium iodate, is a chemical compound commonly used as a food additive to fortify salt with iodine. It is a white crystalline powder with a faint salty taste and odorless characteristics. Iodine is an essential micronutrient that helps regulate thyroid function and prevents iodine deficiency disorders. Potassium iodate is a stable form of iodine that does not deteriorate over time, making it an ideal choice for food fortification programs. However, excessive consumption of iodine may lead to health issues, so it's crucial to use it in moderation.

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