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Is sorbato sódico vegan?

Sorbato sódico is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is sorbato sódico?

Sodium sorbate, also known as "sorbato sódico" in Spanish, is a commonly used food preservative that helps prevent the growth of mold and yeast in processed foods. It's a fine, white, odorless powder that has a slightly bitter taste and is highly soluble in water. Sodium sorbate is often added to baked goods, dairy products, meats, and beverages, including wine and cider. While it's generally recognized as safe by health authorities, some people may experience allergic reactions or other side effects after consuming sodium sorbate. As with any food ingredient, it's important to read labels and consume in moderation.

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