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Is potassium metabisulphite vegan?

Potassium metabisulphite is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is potassium metabisulphite?

Potassium metabisulfite is a food ingredient that is commonly used as a preservative in the food industry. It is a white crystalline powder that has a pungent sulfur dioxide odor. This ingredient is a powerful antioxidant and is used to prevent spoilage and discoloration in a wide range of food products, including wine, beer, dried fruits, and vegetables. In addition to its preservative properties, potassium metabisulfite can also be used as a bleaching agent and as a dough conditioner in baking. While generally regarded as safe, some individuals may experience allergic reactions to this ingredient.

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