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Is monofosfato monossódico vegan?

Monofosfato monossódico is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is monofosfato monossódico?

Monofosfato monossódico is a food-grade ingredient that acts as an emulsifier, improving the texture and stability of various foods. It is a white or off-white powder derived from phosphoric acid and sodium hydroxide. This ingredient is commonly used in processed meats, dairy products, baked goods, and beverage mixes. Monofosfato monossódico is GRAS (generally recognized as safe) by the FDA and has been extensively tested for its safety and efficacy. Its versatility and functionality make it a popular choice among food manufacturers looking to improve their product's quality and consistency.

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