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Is le maltitol vegan?

Le maltitol is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is le maltitol?

Le maltitol is a sugar alcohol commonly used as a sugar substitute in many food products. It has a sweet taste similar to sugar but with fewer calories and a lower glycemic index. This makes it a popular choice for those who are looking to reduce their sugar intake without sacrificing taste. Maltitol is commonly found in sugar-free candies, chocolates, and baked goods, as well as in some pharmaceutical products. It has a slightly cooling effect when consumed and can cause digestive issues in large amounts. Le maltitol is a versatile ingredient that offers a sweet solution to those looking for healthier alternatives to sugar.

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