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Is le sorbate de potassium vegan?

Le sorbate de potassium is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is le sorbate de potassium?

Le sorbate de potassium, also known as potassium sorbate, is a white, odorless salt commonly used as a preservative in the food industry. It's a synthetic compound that prevents the growth of molds, yeasts, and bacteria, thus extending the shelf life of food products. Le sorbate de potassium is considered safe for consumption, with no adverse effects reported at normal levels. It's often used in cheese, baked goods, dried fruits, and beverages. It's water-soluble and effective in acidic environments, making it a versatile ingredient for maintaining freshness in various food products.

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