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Is kupferkomplexe der chlorophylline vegan?

Kupferkomplexe der chlorophylline is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is kupferkomplexe der chlorophylline?

Kupferkomplexe der Chlorophylline, also known as copper chlorophyllin complexes, are a natural green pigment derived from chlorophyll. They are often used as a food coloring agent to give products a vibrant green color. Kupferkomplexe der Chlorophylline are considered safe for human consumption and are often used in a variety of food and beverage products, including confectionery, baked goods, and drinks. Besides their colorant properties, they also possess antioxidant properties and are believed to have potential health benefits, including anti-inflammatory effects and the ability to detoxify the body.

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