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Is сорбитол сироп vegan?

Сорбитол сироп is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is сорбитол сироп?

Sorbitol syrup is a sugar substitute commonly used in food processing due to its low-calorie content and ability to retain moisture. This clear and sweet-tasting syrup is derived from glucose, which undergoes conversion into sorbitol through a chemical process. Sorbitol syrup is widely used in the production of baked goods, candies, and diet beverages as it provides sweetness without adding significant calories. Additionally, its humectant properties make it an ideal ingredient for keeping foods moist and fresh. However, excessive consumption of sorbitol syrup may cause gastrointestinal discomfort, making it imperative to consume in moderation.

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