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Is lauroyl hydrolyzed animal protein vegan?

Lauroyl hydrolyzed animal protein is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is lauroyl hydrolyzed animal protein?

Lauroyl hydrolyzed animal protein is a versatile ingredient commonly used in the food industry. It is derived from animal proteins that have undergone hydrolysis, a process that breaks down the proteins into smaller, more easily digestible peptides. The lauroyl group, derived from lauric acid, is then added to the hydrolyzed protein to improve its emulsifying and stabilizing properties. This ingredient is often used in processed meats, soups, sauces, and dressings to improve texture and enhance flavor. Lauroyl hydrolyzed animal protein is a cost-effective solution for food manufacturers looking to improve the quality of their products.

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