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Is pyrophosphate tetrasodique vegan?

Pyrophosphate tetrasodique is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is pyrophosphate tetrasodique?

Pyrophosphate tetrasodique, also known as tetrasodium pyrophosphate, is a food additive commonly used in processed foods. It is a white, crystalline powder with a slightly salty taste and is derived from phosphoric acid. Pyrophosphate tetrasodique is used as an emulsifier, thickening agent, and to regulate the acidity of foods. It is commonly found in canned seafood, bakery products, meat products, and potato products. While it is generally regarded as safe by the FDA, some studies have suggested potential health concerns, including kidney damage and an increased risk of heart disease.

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