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Is lécithiné de soya vegan?

Lécithiné de soya is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is lécithiné de soya?

Lécithiné de soya, also known as soy lecithin, is a natural emulsifier and stabilizer derived from soybeans. It is a yellow-brownish, viscous liquid with a neutral taste and odorless. Lécithiné de soya is a versatile ingredient used in many food products, including chocolate, baked goods, and processed foods. It is prized for its ability to improve texture, increase shelf life, and prevent separation. Lécithiné de soya is also used in the production of dietary supplements and animal feed. It is considered safe for consumption and is a common ingredient in many food products around the world.

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