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Is sodium propylparaben vegan?

Sodium propylparaben is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is sodium propylparaben?

Sodium propylparaben is a commonly used food preservative that belongs to the paraben family. It is derived from para-hydroxybenzoic acid and is highly effective against a wide range of microorganisms. This ingredient is often added to processed foods, such as baked goods, dairy products, and confectioneries, to help extend their shelf life and prevent spoilage. While sodium propylparaben has been deemed safe for consumption by regulatory bodies, some studies suggest that it may have estrogenic effects on the body when consumed in large quantities. As with all food additives, it should be consumed in moderation.

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