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Is lysozyme d vegan?

Lysozyme d is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is lysozyme d?

Lysozyme D is a naturally occurring enzyme that is found in many animal and plant tissues. It plays a crucial role in breaking down bacterial cell walls, making it a valuable ingredient in the food industry as a preservative. Lysozyme D is known for its ability to prevent the growth of bacteria, mold, and yeast, which makes it an effective natural alternative to synthetic preservatives. It is commonly used in dairy products, wine, beer, and other fermented foods. Additionally, lysozyme D is also used in medical applications as an antibacterial agent. It is a safe and effective ingredient that is approved for use in many countries around the world.

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