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Is nátrium-aszkorbát vegan?

Nátrium-aszkorbát is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is nátrium-aszkorbát?

Nátrium-aszkorbát, also known as sodium ascorbate, is a common food additive that acts as a preservative and antioxidant. This white, odorless powder is a form of vitamin C, and is commonly used in processed meats, canned goods, and other food products to prevent spoilage and discoloration. Sodium ascorbate is also used to improve the texture of foods and to enhance their flavor. It is a safe and effective ingredient that is often preferred over other preservatives due to its low toxicity and its ability to improve the nutritional value of the foods it is added to.

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