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Is norbixin vegan?

Norbixin is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is norbixin?

Norbixin is a natural food coloring derived from the seeds of the annatto tree. With its vibrant red-orange color, it's a popular choice for adding a splash of color to many types of food and beverages, from cheese and butter to sausages and baked goods. Norbixin is also known for its antioxidant properties and is a great source of vitamin E. This versatile ingredient is commonly used in the food industry to provide a natural and safe alternative to synthetic food colorings. It's easy to use, heat-stable, and has a long shelf life, making it an ideal ingredient for food manufacturers looking to create colorful, visually appealing products.

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