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All Vegans Need to Know About Soy Lecithin

With people’s priorities changing about what they consume, vegan-friendly diets are becoming a norm. It’s also one of the most promising food trends to occur in recent decades. The change has even been noticed by food industries as they have opted to make their ingredients vegan-friendly.

And, soy lecithin is one of the most common ingredients found in vegan products. It’s usually denoted with E322 on the label. Soy lecithin is a multipurpose ingredient that’s common in almost all processed food. In this blog, we have shared an in-depth discussion on what all vegans need to know about soy lecithin.

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