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Is oleyl imidazoline vegan?

Oleyl imidazoline is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is oleyl imidazoline?

Oleyl imidazoline is a versatile food ingredient that serves as an effective emulsifier and surfactant. It is derived from oleic acid, which is a type of unsaturated fatty acid found in various plant and animal sources. Oleyl imidazoline is often used in food processing and manufacturing, particularly in the production of dairy products and baked goods. It helps to improve the texture, stability, and shelf life of these foods, while also enhancing their overall flavor and aroma. As a non-toxic and biodegradable ingredient, oleyl imidazoline is considered a safe and sustainable option for food production.

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