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Is pectine de citrus vegan?

Pectine de citrus is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is pectine de citrus?

Pectin is a soluble fiber found in the cell walls of many fruits, including citrus fruits such as oranges and lemons. Pectin is extracted from citrus fruit peels and used as a gelling agent in many food products, including jams, jellies, and fruit preserves. Citrus pectin is known for its high gelling ability, making it a popular choice for making thick, smooth, and spreadable fruit spreads. In addition to its gelling properties, citrus pectin is also a natural source of dietary fiber and has been shown to have potential health benefits, including regulating blood sugar levels and promoting digestive health.

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