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Is oli vegetali di palma vegan?

Oli vegetali di palma is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is oli vegetali di palma?

"Oli vegetali di palma" is an ingredient commonly used in food manufacturing, which refers to palm oil. This oil is extracted from the fruit of oil palm trees and has a neutral flavor and high smoke point, making it suitable for frying and other cooking methods. It is also widely used as an ingredient in baked goods, snacks, and processed foods due to its ability to increase shelf life and provide texture. However, concerns have been raised about the environmental impact of palm oil production, as it often involves deforestation and habitat destruction for endangered species such as orangutans.

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