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Is trehalosa vegan?

Trehalosa is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is trehalosa?

Trehalose is a naturally occurring sugar that is found in a variety of foods, such as mushrooms, honey, and shrimp. It is made up of two glucose molecules and has a unique structure that allows it to protect cells from stress and damage. Trehalose has gained attention in the food industry for its ability to improve the texture, taste, and shelf-life of products. It is commonly used as a sweetener in low-calorie foods and beverages, as well as in freeze-dried foods to maintain their structure and flavor. Additionally, trehalose has potential health benefits, such as aiding in the treatment of neurodegenerative diseases and preventing tooth decay.

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