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Is saccharine sodique vegan?

Saccharine sodique is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is saccharine sodique?

Sodium saccharin, also known as saccharine sodique, is a common artificial sweetener used in food and beverages as a sugar substitute. This highly soluble powder is derived from benzoic sulfinide and has an intense, sweet taste that is approximately 300 to 500 times sweeter than sugar. It is often used in low-calorie or sugar-free products, such as diet sodas, desserts, and baked goods. While sodium saccharin has been the subject of controversy due to potential health risks, it remains a popular choice for those looking to reduce their sugar intake without sacrificing flavor.

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