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Is sorbate de potassium vegan?

Sorbate de potassium is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is sorbate de potassium?

Sorbate de potassium is a food additive commonly used to preserve the freshness and extend the shelf life of various food products. It is a salt derived from sorbic acid, a naturally occurring organic compound found in fruits like berries and grapes. Sorbate de potassium is a white, odorless, and water-soluble powder that is highly effective against mold, yeast, and bacteria. It is widely used in the food industry to preserve a wide range of products such as cheese, baked goods, and beverages. Sorbate de potassium is considered safe for consumption and has been approved by regulatory agencies around the world.

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