Non-vegan food supplements (E)

120

Kohineal, carminic acid, natural red dye 4 (carmine)

153

Vegetable charcoal – dye

It is probably derived from different parts of the animal, except in the case of the said plant origin.

161г

Cantaxanthin (natural orange dye, xanthophylls) – dye

Cantaxanthin is usually of plant origin, but is also sometimes obtained from fish and shellfish.

252

Potassium nitrate (soliter) – preservative

Solitaire is usually of natural origin, but is sometimes produced synthetically from animal waste.

270

Lactic acid – an antioxidant

It is possible to obtain from (milk) whey.

322

Lecithins – emulsifiers and stabilizers

Some lecithins contain egg yolk, others are derived from soy. Lecithin can also be obtained directly from animal fat. Check with the manufacturer.

325

Sodium lactate – an antioxidant

Sodium lactate is a salt of lactic acid (see E270, described above).

326

Potassium lactate – antioxidant / acidity regulator

Another type of salt derived from lactic acid (see E270, described above).

327

Calcium lactate – antioxidant

Another type of salt derived from lactic acid (see E270, described above).

422

Glycerol (moisturizer, solvent, sweet glycerin) – sweetener

Usually from animal fats, unless otherwise stated.

430–436

Polyoxyethylene – emulsifiers / stabilizersE430 Polyoxyethylene (8) stearate (emulsifier / stabilizer)
E431 Polyoxyethylene (40) stearate (emulsifier)
E432 Polyoxyethylene (20) sorbitan monolaurate (polysorbate 20, emulsifier)
E433 Polyoxyethylene (20) sorbitan monooleate (polysorbate 80, emulsifier)
E434 Polyoxyethylene (20) sorbitan monopalmitate (polysorbate 40, emulsifier)
E435 Polyoxyethylene (20) sorbitan monostearate (polysorbate 60, emulsifier)
E436 Polyoxyethylene (20) sorbitan tristearate (polysorbate 65, emulsifier)

These supplements are not likely to be of animal origin because they are usually obtained from different types of fruit. However, check the source with the manufacturer.

441

Gelatin – emulsifier / gelling agent

Gelatin is obtained from animal skin and bones. It is found in a variety of confectionery, jelly candies and other sweets.

442

Ammonium phosphatide – emulsifier

It can be derived from glycerol (see E422, described above).

469

Sodium caseinate – emulsifier / stabilizer

Obtained from milk.

470a

Sodium, potassium and calcium salts of fatty acids – emulsifiers / anti-caking agents

Obtained from fatty acids, the possibility of animal origin.

470b

Magnesium stearate – emulsifier / anti-adherent

Obtained from fatty acids, the possibility of animal origin.

471

Mono- and diglycerides of fatty acids (glyceryl monostearate, glyceryl distearate) – emulsifiers

May contain animal fats.

472a – f

Mono- and diglycerides of fatty acids – emulsifiers E472a Acetic acid esters
E472b Esters of lactic acid
E472c Citric acid esters
E472d Tartaric acid esters
E472e Esters of mono- and diacetyl tartaric acid
E472f Esters of mixed acetic and tartaric acids

Because the E472 family of additives is derived from glycerin (glycerol; see E422, described above), they may contain animal fats.

473

Sucrose fatty acid esters – emulsifiers

They can be obtained from animals.

474

Sucroglyceride – emulsifier

It can be obtained from animals.

475

Polyglycerol esters of fatty acids – emulsifiers

They can be obtained from animals.

476

Polyglycerol polyricinoleate – emulsifier

May contain animal fats.

477

Propane-1,2-diol fatty acid esters, propylene glycol fatty acid esters – emulsifiers

May contain animal fats.

478

Lactylated fatty acid esters with glycerol and 1-propane – emulsifiers

May contain animal fats.

479 b

Thermally oxidized soya bean oil, with mono- and diglycerides of fatty acids – emulsifier

May contain animal fats.

481

Sodium stearoyl-2-lactylate – emulsifier

It can be derived from whey and may contain animal fats.

482

Calcium stearoyl-2-lactylate – emulsifier

It can be derived from whey and may contain animal fats.

483

Stearyl tartrate – emulsifier

May contain animal fats.

491

Sorbitan monostearate – emulsifier and stabilizer

Derived from stearic acid, and is added to the dry yeasts. Stearic acid is found in vegetable and animal fats, which usually produces synthesis. Check with the manufacturer. (See. Also E570).

492

Sorbitan tristearate – emulsifier

Gl. E491.

493

Sorbitan monolaurate – emulsifier

Gl. E491.

494

Sorbitan monooleate – emulsifier

Gl. E491.

495

Sorbitan monopalmitate – emulsifier

Gl. E491.

542

Bone phosphate – antiadherent

570

Stearic acid, fatty acid – antiadherent

Stearic acid is found in vegetable and animal fats, which usually produces synthesis. Often it is adding dry yeast.

572

Magnesium stearate, calcium stearate, – emulsifier, and an anti-caking agent

Gl. E570.

585

Ferrous lactate – dye

It may be of animal origin, for example. whey (see. E270).

627

Disodium guanylate – flavor enhancer

Almost without exception, derived from fish.

630

Inosinic acid – flavor

Almost without exception, derived from fish or. animals.

631

Disodium inosinates – flavor enhancer

Almost without exception, derived from fish or. animals.

635

Disodium 5′-ribonucleotides – aromas

Often of animal origin.

640

Glycine and sodium salt of glycine – aromas

Produced from gelatin or synthesis origin.

901

Beeswax – white and yellow – glazing agent

904

Lac – glazing agent

From a resin secreted by the insect whiteflies lice.

910

L-cysteine – adding flour

Produced from human and animal hair (and feathers). L-cysteine was added to about 5 per cent of bread and other bakery products. Wholemeal bread and wholemeal products can not be added.

913

lanolin

Sheep wax secreted by the skin of sheep and sheep wool.

920

L-cysteine hydrochloride – addition of flour

It is produced from L-cysteine (see. E910, as described above).

921

L-cysteine hydrochloride monohydrate, – addition of flour

It is produced from L-cysteine (see. E910, as described above).

966

Lactitol – sweetener

Produced from lactose obtained from whey.

1105

Lysozyme – enzyme

From eggs.

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