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Is steviolglycoside vegan?

Steviolglycoside is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is steviolglycoside?

Steviolglycoside is a natural sweetener derived from the leaves of the Stevia rebaudiana plant. This zero-calorie sweetener is known for its intense sweetness, which is approximately 200-400 times sweeter than sugar. Steviolglycoside is a popular alternative to artificial sweeteners due to its natural origin and lack of calories. It has a clean, sweet taste without any bitter aftertaste often associated with other sugar substitutes. Steviolglycoside is commonly used in beverages, baked goods, and confectionery products to provide a low-calorie sweetening solution that meets the demands of health-conscious consumers.

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