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Is kwas fumarowy vegan?

Kwas fumarowy is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is kwas fumarowy?

Kwas fumarowy, also known as fumaric acid, is a naturally occurring organic compound found in various fruits and vegetables. With its sour taste and excellent acidity regulator properties, it is widely used in the food industry as a flavoring agent, pH adjuster, and preservative. Kwas fumarowy is particularly useful in baking applications as it can improve dough texture and increase the shelf life of baked goods. It is also commonly found in beverages, candies, and processed meat products. This versatile ingredient offers a safe and effective way to enhance the taste and quality of food products while maintaining their freshness.

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