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Is pyrophosphate de sodium acide vegan?

Pyrophosphate de sodium acide is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is pyrophosphate de sodium acide?

Pyrophosphate de sodium acide is a chemical compound commonly used as a food additive to enhance the texture and flavor of processed foods. It is a white, odorless powder that dissolves easily in water and is often found in canned and frozen foods, as well as dairy products. As a food ingredient, it acts as a chelating agent, helping to prevent the discoloration and deterioration of foods caused by metals. Although generally recognized as safe by regulatory bodies, some studies have suggested that excessive consumption of pyrophosphate de sodium acide may lead to negative health effects.

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