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Is izoaskorbinian sodu vegan?

Izoaskorbinian sodu is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is izoaskorbinian sodu?

Izoaskorbinian sodu, also known as isoascorbic acid sodium, is a food additive commonly used as an antioxidant and preservative. It is a white crystalline powder with a slightly bitter taste and is soluble in water. Izoaskorbinian sodu is frequently added to processed foods, such as meats, sausages, and canned fruits and vegetables, to prevent spoilage and maintain freshness. It works by slowing down the oxidation process that leads to discoloration and off-flavors in food products. While generally recognized as safe by regulatory agencies, some studies suggest that high levels of intake may have negative health effects.

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