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Is poliricinoleat de poliglicerină vegan?

Poliricinoleat de poliglicerină is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is poliricinoleat de poliglicerină?

Poliricinoleat de poliglicerină is a food ingredient commonly used as an emulsifier in various food products. It is made by esterifying ricinoleic acid with polyglycerol, resulting in a water-soluble and oil-soluble compound that helps stabilize mixtures of oil and water. This versatile ingredient can be found in many processed foods ranging from baked goods to salad dressings, as it improves texture, mouthfeel, and overall stability. While it is generally regarded as safe by regulatory agencies, individuals with allergies to castor oil should avoid this ingredient.

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