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Is stearyl imidazoline vegan?

Stearyl imidazoline is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is stearyl imidazoline?

Stearyl imidazoline is a fatty acid-derived compound commonly used as a surfactant and emulsifier in a variety of food products. This versatile ingredient helps to improve texture, stability, and shelf life, while also enhancing the overall sensory experience of the food. Stearyl imidazoline is particularly useful in products such as baked goods, sauces, dressings, and spreads, where it can help to create a smooth, uniform texture and prevent separation. In addition to its functional benefits, stearyl imidazoline is generally considered safe for consumption and is widely used throughout the food industry.

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