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Is saccharide isomerate vegan?

Saccharide isomerate is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is saccharide isomerate?

Saccharide isomerate is a natural, plant-derived ingredient that is commonly used as a humectant in the food industry. This unique ingredient has the ability to mimic the natural carbohydrate complex found in human skin, which makes it a popular choice in cosmetics as well. In food products, saccharide isomerate helps to retain moisture, prevent crystallization, and improve texture. It is also low in calories and has a mild sweetness, making it an ideal alternative to traditional sweeteners. Its natural and sustainable sourcing make it a desirable choice for those seeking more eco-friendly options in their food and personal care products.

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