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Is natriumlactat vegan?

Natriumlactat is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is natriumlactat?

Natriumlactat, also known as sodium lactate, is a sodium salt of lactic acid. It is a clear, colorless liquid with a slightly salty taste and a mild odor. Natriumlactat is commonly used in the food industry as a preservative, pH regulator, and flavor enhancer. It is particularly effective in controlling bacterial growth in meat and poultry products. Additionally, natriumlactat is also used in the production of cosmetics, pharmaceuticals, and as a component in dialysis solutions. This versatile ingredient has been approved as safe for consumption by the European Union and the United States Food and Drug Administration.

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