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Is neotam vegan?

Neotam is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is neotam?

Neotame is an artificial sweetener that is derived from aspartame but is significantly sweeter than sugar. It is a white crystalline powder that is commonly used as a sugar substitute in various food products, including soft drinks, baked goods, and chewing gum. One of the benefits of neotame is that it does not contain any calories, making it a popular choice for people who are trying to manage their weight. Moreover, it is heat-stable and maintains its sweetness even after exposure to high temperatures, which makes it suitable for use in cooking and baking. However, it is important to note that neotame is not approved for use in all countries and may cause allergic reactions in some individuals.

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