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Is oxyde de fer vegan?

Oxyde de fer is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is oxyde de fer?

Oxyde de fer, commonly known as iron oxide, is a naturally occurring compound that adds a unique color to foods. This inorganic compound can be found in various forms, ranging from red to black, and is commonly used as a food coloring agent. It is a safe and non-toxic ingredient that is often added to baked goods, candies, and beverages to enhance their visual appeal. Iron oxide has a stable chemical structure, making it resistant to heat and light, which means that its color does not fade over time. This makes it a popular choice for food manufacturers looking to create visually appealing products that maintain their color and appeal over extended periods.

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