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Is sorbitoler vegan?

Sorbitoler is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is sorbitoler?

Sorbitoler is a natural sugar alcohol that is commonly used as a low-calorie sweetener and humectant in food and personal care products. It has a sweet taste that is similar to sugar but with fewer calories. Sorbitoler is derived from glucose and is often used in sugar-free gums, candies, and baked goods to provide sweetness without the added calories of sugar. In personal care products, sorbitoler helps to retain moisture and prevent drying of the skin. It is also used in pharmaceuticals as an excipient to improve the taste and texture of medications. Sorbitoler is a safe and effective ingredient that can be found in many products on the market today.

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