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Is sorbinian potasu vegan?

Sorbinian potasu is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is sorbinian potasu?

Sorbic acid is a naturally occurring compound that is commonly used as a food preservative. It helps prevent the growth of mold, yeast, and bacteria, which can spoil food and cause illness. Potassium sorbate, also known as sorbinian potasu, is the potassium salt of sorbic acid. It is widely used in the food industry as a preservative for a variety of products, including baked goods, cheese, and meats. Potassium sorbate is a safe and effective preservative that helps extend the shelf life of food products without altering their taste or texture. It is also commonly used in cosmetics, personal care products, and pharmaceuticals.

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