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Is sulfates de cuivre vegan?

Sulfates de cuivre is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is sulfates de cuivre?

Sulfates de cuivre, also known as copper sulfate, is a versatile and commonly used food ingredient. It is a type of salt that is composed of copper ions and sulfate ions, and it can be found in a variety of food products such as processed meats, snacks, and baked goods. Copper sulfate is used as a preservative and coloring agent in these foods, helping to extend their shelf life and enhance their appearance. It is also used as a nutrient supplement in animal feed to promote healthy growth and development. However, excessive consumption of copper sulfate can lead to toxicity and health issues, so it is important to use it in moderation.

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