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Is mixed tocopherol vegan?

Mixed tocopherol is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is mixed tocopherol?

Mixed tocopherol is a natural antioxidant commonly used as a food ingredient to preserve the freshness and extend the shelf life of food products. It is a combination of four different tocopherols - alpha, beta, gamma, and delta - that work together to protect against the damaging effects of oxygen, light, and heat. Mixed tocopherol is often added to packaged foods, baked goods, and cooking oils, and can also be found in dietary supplements. It is a safe and effective ingredient that helps to maintain the quality and nutritional value of food products, while also reducing waste and improving sustainability.

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