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Is sciroppo di oligofruttosio vegan?

Sciroppo di oligofruttosio is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is sciroppo di oligofruttosio?

Sciroppo di oligofruttosio is a natural sweetener made from fructose oligosaccharides derived from various fruits and vegetables. It is commonly used as a low-calorie sweetener alternative to sugar in various food products. This syrup has a slightly sweet taste and is very soluble, making it an ideal ingredient for many applications. Moreover, sciroppo di oligofruttosio is not metabolized in the same way as sugar, so it does not cause a rapid increase in blood sugar levels. It can also act as a prebiotic, promoting the growth of beneficial gut bacteria.

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