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Is propionato de potasio vegan?

Propionato de potasio is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is propionato de potasio?

Propionato de potasio is a food ingredient commonly used as a preservative and mold inhibitor in various food products. It is a white crystalline powder with a slightly sweet and salty taste. This compound is a potassium salt of propionic acid and is known for its ability to inhibit the growth of harmful bacteria and fungi in food. Propionato de potasio is often added to baked goods, cheese, processed meats, and other food products to extend their shelf life and improve their safety. It is considered safe for consumption and is approved by many regulatory agencies around the world.

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