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Is jarabe de sorbitol vegan?

Jarabe de sorbitol is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is jarabe de sorbitol?

Jarabe de sorbitol is a sweet, viscous syrup commonly used as a sugar substitute in the food industry. It is derived from sorbitol, a natural sugar alcohol found in fruits and vegetables. Jarabe de sorbitol has a lower calorie count than regular sugar and is often used in sugar-free products such as chewing gum, candies, and baked goods. It has a mild, sweet taste and is known for its ability to retain moisture, making it a popular ingredient in many confectionery products. Additionally, jarabe de sorbitol has been found to have potential health benefits, including improving digestive health and reducing the risk of tooth decay.

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