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Is natriumferrocyanid vegan?

Natriumferrocyanid is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is natriumferrocyanid?

Natriumferrocyanid, also known as sodium ferrocyanide, is a yellow-colored inorganic salt commonly used in the food industry as an anti-caking agent, as well as a color fixative for meats. It is also used in the production of blue pigments and in the pharmaceutical industry as a source of cyanide. Natriumferrocyanid is considered safe for consumption in small quantities, and is often used in processed foods such as table salt and cheese. However, excessive consumption can lead to health issues such as kidney damage and nerve damage. It is important to use this ingredient in moderation and to follow recommended guidelines for safe consumption.

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