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Is soluble (animal) collagen vegan?

Soluble (animal) collagen is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is soluble (animal) collagen?

Soluble animal collagen is a highly sought-after food ingredient that is derived from the connective tissues of animals such as cows, pigs, and fish. It is a type of protein that is soluble in water and easily digestible by the human body. Soluble collagen is commonly used in food and beverage products due to its unique ability to improve texture, mouthfeel, and nutritional value. It is also known to have several health benefits such as improving skin elasticity, reducing joint pain, and promoting gut health. With its versatility and numerous benefits, soluble animal collagen has become a popular ingredient in the food industry.

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