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Is oxyde de fer jaune vegan?

Oxyde de fer jaune is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is oxyde de fer jaune?

Oxyde de fer jaune, also known as yellow iron oxide, is a natural mineral pigment widely used in the food industry for its bright and vibrant yellow color. It is obtained from iron oxide minerals through a process of purification and calcination, resulting in a fine powder with excellent stability and high tinting strength. Oxyde de fer jaune is a safe and non-toxic ingredient that can be used in a variety of food products, including baked goods, confectionery, beverages, and sauces. Its versatility and durability make it a popular choice for food manufacturers looking to add a touch of sunshine to their products.

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