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Is óxido de hierro negro vegan?

Óxido de hierro negro is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is óxido de hierro negro?

Óxido de hierro negro is a food ingredient commonly used as a natural coloring agent in various food products. This black iron oxide powder is derived from hematite, a mineral rich in iron that's found in nature. It is non-toxic, highly stable, and resistant to heat, making it ideal for use in baked goods, candies, and other processed foods. In addition to its coloring properties, óxido de hierro negro also has antioxidant properties that can help extend the shelf life of certain food products. With its unique ability to add depth and richness to color, this ingredient is popular among chefs and food manufacturers alike.

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