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Is soyalecitin vegan?

Soyalecitin is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is soyalecitin?

Soy lecithin is a natural emulsifier and stabilizer derived from soybeans. It's a yellow-brown, waxy substance that's commonly used as an ingredient in food products due to its ability to improve texture, prevent separation, and increase shelf life. Soy lecithin is also used in the manufacturing of cosmetics, pharmaceuticals, and dietary supplements. It's considered a safe ingredient by the FDA and is often used in place of more processed alternatives. Soy lecithin is a versatile and cost-effective ingredient that can be found in a wide range of products, from chocolate bars to salad dressings.

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