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Is svaveldioxid vegan?

Svaveldioxid is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is svaveldioxid?

Svaveldioxid, also known as sulfur dioxide (SO2), is a common food additive used to preserve the color and flavor of certain fruits and vegetables. It is a gas that is often added to dried fruits, wine, and other foods to prevent spoiling and microbial growth. Svaveldioxid has been shown to have antioxidant properties that can help protect against oxidative stress in the body. However, it can also trigger allergic reactions in some individuals and should be avoided by those with sulfite sensitivity. Despite its potential health effects, svaveldioxid remains a widely used ingredient in the food industry.

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