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Is natrium-l-ascorbat vegan?

Natrium-l-ascorbat is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is natrium-l-ascorbat?

Natrium-L-ascorbat is a sodium salt of L-ascorbic acid, also known as Vitamin C. It is a common food additive used to promote color and flavor retention in various processed foods, such as cured meats, canned fruits, and vegetable products. Natrium-L-ascorbat acts as an antioxidant, preventing oxidation and spoilage of food, while also enhancing the nutritional value of the final product. This ingredient is considered safe for human consumption and has been approved for use by regulatory agencies worldwide. Its versatility and effectiveness make it a popular choice in the food industry.

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