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Is natriummalat vegan?

Natriummalat is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is natriummalat?

Natriummalat, also known as sodium malate, is a versatile food ingredient that is used in various food products as an acidity regulator, flavor enhancer, and buffering agent. It is a salt of malic acid, which is naturally found in many fruits and vegetables. Natriummalat is highly soluble in water and has a neutral taste, making it an ideal ingredient in sports drinks, energy bars, and other functional foods. It also has antioxidant properties that help to improve the shelf life of food products. Due to its numerous benefits and effectiveness in food formulations, natriummalat is a popular choice among food manufacturers.

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