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Is oxyde de fer noir vegan?

Oxyde de fer noir is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is oxyde de fer noir?

Oxyde de fer noir, or black iron oxide, is a natural mineral pigment that is commonly used in the food industry as a coloring agent. It has a deep black hue that can add a dramatic effect to food products, making them visually appealing. This ingredient is known for its stability, which means it can withstand exposure to heat, light, and other environmental factors without losing its color intensity. It is also a safe ingredient to use in food products, as it is non-toxic and does not react with other ingredients. Oxyde de fer noir is used in a variety of food products, including baked goods, confectionery, and beverages.

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