ARTIFICIAL FLAVORS

is a blanket term referring to over 100 different food additives. While many artificial flavors may have no animal ingredients in the final product, often animal fat is used in the manufacturing process. For example, according to VRG, DuPont Chemicals, a manufacturer of Adipic Acid, an ingredient in baking powder, jams, jellies and more, reports that Oleic Acid derived from animal fat is used as a defoaming agent in the production of Adipic Acid. The Oleic Acid is present in the final product at a few parts per million.

 

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