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Is tartrate disodique vegan?

Tartrate disodique is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is tartrate disodique?

Tartrate disodique, also known as sodium tartrate, is a salt composed of sodium cations and tartaric acid anions. It is commonly used in food and beverage industry as a buffering agent, emulsifier, and flavor enhancer. As a buffering agent, it helps to maintain the pH level of food products, preventing unwanted changes in taste, texture, and appearance. In baking, it is added to cake mixes and baking powders to help the batter rise and create a light, fluffy texture. Tartrate disodique is also used in the wine-making process to reduce acidity and improve clarity. Its mild flavor and versatile properties make it a popular ingredient in a variety of food products.

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