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Is sodium ferrocyanide vegan?

Sodium ferrocyanide is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is sodium ferrocyanide?

Sodium ferrocyanide, also known as yellow prussiate of soda, is a salt that is commonly used as a food additive. It is a white crystalline powder that is soluble in water and has a faint odor of hydrogen cyanide. It is primarily used as an anticaking agent, preventing clumping in table salt and other powdered foods. Additionally, it is used as a color fixative and as a nutrient in animal feed. Despite its name containing the word "cyanide," sodium ferrocyanide is not toxic and is considered safe for consumption in the amounts typically used in food products.

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