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Is succinate disodique vegan?

Succinate disodique is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is succinate disodique?

Succinate disodique is a food ingredient commonly used as a flavor enhancer and preservative in processed foods. It is a white crystalline powder that dissolves easily in water and has a slightly sour taste. Succinate disodique is a sodium salt of succinic acid, which is a naturally occurring organic acid found in many fruits and vegetables. In the food industry, it is commonly used in beverages, snack foods, and canned fruits and vegetables to improve their taste and extend their shelf life. Succinate disodique is generally considered safe for human consumption and is approved by regulatory agencies such as the FDA and EFSA.

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