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Manufacture of ammonia by Haber's synthesis method
an artificial sweetener. Also sold commercially as Sunette or Sweet One. It has no nutritional value or calories. Might increase cancer risk in humans.
enzyme derived from kiwi fruit used in the food industry.
comes from the adrenal glands of hogs, cattle and sheep
extracted from seaweeds
a group of simple proteins composed of nitrogen, carbon, hydrogen, oxygen, and sulfur that are soluble in water. Albumen is usually derived from eggwhites (ovalbumin), but can also be found in plasma (serum albumin), milk (lactalbumin) and vegetables and fruits.
can be extracted from urea (from the urine of most animals, including humans) or from herbs such as comfrey or uva ursi
A compound expressed from the leaf of the aloe plant.
naturally-occurring chemicals derived from fruit or milk
manufactured by dissolving in .
used in the purification of drinking water and in the paper manufacturing industry. Produced by adding to .
morbid concretion obtained from the intestine of the sperm whale
'building blocks' of proteins
fluid surrounding the fetus within the placenta
enzyme derived from either animal (usually porcine pancreas), fungal, bacterial or plant source (barley malt).
small fish of the herring family
fiber obtained from angora rabbits
a vegetable dye from a tropical tree
water-soluble plant pigments
liquid unsaturated fatty acid that can be found in the liver, brain, glands, and fat of animals
product is made by humans from ingredients. Like products, it would not exist without human intervention.
a water-soluble vitamin found in vegetables and fruits or made synthetically
an artificial sweetener known as NutraSweet prepared from and phenylalanine (vegan according to the NutraSweet Company)
Aminosuccinate acid. An amino acid occurring in animals and plants. Usually synthesized from glutamate for commercial purposes.
savory jelly derived from meat and fish
skin of still born or very young lambs from a breed originating in Astrakhan, Russia
ester of magnesium &
the natural acid present in fruits and vegetables. It's produced synthetically for use in food products, pharmaceuticals, paints, soaps and more. also known as methyl alcohol or wood alcohol. It used to be produced as a byproduct of the destructive distillation of wood. Currently it is usually produced synthetically.
obtained from the dried sap of the flowering ash or from seaweed
synthetically produced by heating with a solution of and treating it with . It is used as a thickener in sauces and dressings
derived from the flowering plants in the mint family.
the brand name for a synthetically produced form of , which is chemically identical to the active form of folate found in food. It was created by the company Merck's.
derived by heating , and
a colorless, poisonous gas or liquid mostly of natural origin. It is released into the environment from the oceans and is used as a spray for pesticides in food storage and processing
which has been treated physically or chemically to modify one or more of its key physical or chemical properties. Physical modification can include drum-drying, extrusion, spray drying or heat/moisture treatment. Chemicals used to modify starch include , succinic anhydride, 1-octenyl succinic anhydride, aluminum sulfate or sodium hydroxide
cloth or yarn made from the hair of the angora goat
(Monobasic calcium phosphate, Monocalcium orthophosphate) The Monobasic form of . Emulsifying agents in puddings, ice cream, peanut butter, bread etc. Can be derived from plants (oils from corn, peanuts or soybeans) or animals (cows and hogs)
produced from seaweed or by a bacterial fermentation process with molasses or and ammonium salts
substance secreted in a gland or sac by the male musk deer
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Photosynthetic bacteria belonging to the families Chromatiaceae and Chlorobiaceae oxidize hydrogen sulfide to elemental sulfur and sulfate in the presence of light and the absence of oxygen.
salt or ester of
fatty acid that occurs in palm oil and most other fats and oils
can come from animal, plant or synthetic sources
enzyme derived from the unripe fruit of the papaya plant. It is used for clearing beverages, added to farina to reduce cooking time and used medically to prevent adhesions
the chemical product of the action of or on . To make hard cheese, paracasein is combined with soluble calcium salts to form calcium paracaseinate (cheese curd)
waxy substance obtained from distillates of wood, coal, petroleum, or shale oil
skin of the sheep or goat, dressed and prepared for writing etc
concretion of layers of pain-dulling nacre formed around a foreign particle within the shell of various bivalve molluscs, principally the oyster
a substance that is found in the primary cell walls and the non-woody parts of plants. Pectin is used as a gelling agent, thickener and stabilizer in food. Commercially, pectin is obtained mostly from dried citrus peels and apples as a by-product of juice production.
PEG is the abbreviation of polyethylene glycol or polyoxyethylene glycol. They are polymeric forms of ethylene oxide. They can be either synthetic or derived from animal or vegetable sources.
enzyme usually derived from the stomach of grown calves or sometimes pigs.
an oily, flammable liquid composed of a complex mixture of hydrocarbons occurring in many places in the upper strata of the earth. A fossil fuel believed to have originated from both plant and animal sources millions of years ago.
an inorganic acid
organ by which the fetus is attached to the umbilical cord
a product of petroleum gas or dehydration of alcohol
produced from and esters
a condensate of with
a condensate of and
a water-soluble polymer from synthetic origin. Used in products like pharmaceutical tablets, shampoo, toothpaste, batteries, paint and adhesives.
a mixture of and ethylene oxide
a mixture of stearate and ethylene oxide produced by a reaction of ethylene oxide with
occurs naturally as the mineral sylvite and is found combined in many minerals and in brines and ocean water.
obtained commercially from the electrolysis of solution
the potassium salt of
sorbic acid potassium salt. Manufactured by neutralisation of with .
bee glue. Used by bees to stop up crevices and fix combs to the hive
flammable gas obtained by cracking .
1,2-propylene glycol; propane-1,2-diol. Manufactured by treating propylene with chlorinated water and treating it with solution or by heating with and distilling the mixture.
a flammable liquid, derived from
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tasteless, odorless powder that occurs naturally in marble, , coral, eggshells, pearls or oyster shells
odorless white to off-white granules, powder or liquid. Produced in a variety of ways, including treating with , combining with a solution and by concentrating and purifying naturally occurring brines from salt lakes and salt deposits. Has many uses including additive for foods, deicing agent for sidewalks and roads, water treatment.
a synthetic preservative used to prevent crystal formation and to retard color loss. Has caused health problems and is banned in Australia and certain other countries.
also known as slaked lime. Used as acidity regulator in drinks and frozen foods or as a preservative. It's produced commercially by treating lime with water or by mixing and . It's most commonly derived from limestone, but can also derived from seashells.
the calcium salt of
(Monobasic, Dibasic and Tribasic) a mineral salt found in rocks and bones. Used as an anti-caking agent in cosmetics and food, mineral supplement, abrasive in toothpaste and jelling agent. Also known as calcium rock.
mineral calcium with .
the calcium salt of the ester of lactyl lactate. a vegetable wax obtained from candelilla plants.
obtained from sugarcane. In some countries (like the U.S.), cane sugar is often processed through .
used as a coloring. It is manufactured by heating carbohydrates with or without acids or alkalis. Possible carbohydrates used are corn, beet sugar, cane sugar, wheat or potatoes. The great majority of caramel is derived from corn and will be vegan. However, some caramel is derived from and not necessarily vegan.
a weak acid formed when carbon dioxide combines with water.
alpha carotene, and gamma-carotene
fine wool from the cashmere goat and wild goat of Tibet
Obtained from the anal scent gland of the beaver
A vegetable oil expressed from the castor bean.
enzyme that decomposes hydrogen peroxide into water and oxygen. It is derived from cattle liver or fungus and used in the food industry
dried and twisted intestines of the sheep or horse
roe of the sturgeon and other fish
the principal component of the fiber of plants. Cellulose is usually obtained from wood pulp or cotton (which contains about 90% cellulose)
found in or synthetic
, can be synthetic
charred bone or wood
organic base of the hard parts of insects and crustacea e.g. shrimps, crabs
soft leather from the skin of the chamois antelope, sheep, goats, deer etc.
a steroid alcohol occurring in all animal fats and oils, nervous tissue, egg yolk and blood.
used in products designed to help alleviate the effects of osteoarthritis. Produced synthetically or derived from the cartilage of cows, pigs, sharks, fish or birds
enzyme primarily derived from ox pancreas.
obtained from cinnamon leaves, coca leaves, balsams like storax or isolated from a wood-rotting fungus. Can be made synthetically.
derived from citrus fruits and since the 1920s commercially produced by fermenting sugar solutions with the microorganism Aspergillus niger. The main raw materials used in the production are corn-derived and molasses.
substance painfully scraped from glands in the anal pouch of the civet cat
thick liquid or semisolid tar obtained from bituminous coal (= soft coal)
red pigment extracted from the crushed carcasses of the female cochineal insect, a cactus-feeding scale insect
oil extracted from the liver of cod and related fish
modified food starch derived from . Used in frozen foods and canned products. Often labeled as 'Food Starch - Modified'
a protein found in most connective tissues, including bone, cartilage and skin. It is usually derived from cows or chickens
a purified protein derived from animal sources. It's produced by breaking down to smaller protein fragments
Can be from plant, animal and synthetic sources. Most and colors are derived from . Coal tar in itself is considered a vegan product. However, coal tar derivatives cause frequent allergic reactions, like skin rashes and hives. It has also shown to cause cancer in animals. For this reason, colors and dyes are continuously tested on animals. That's why and colors and dyes can generally not be considered vegan and I will mark them as on this page.
hard calcareous substance consisting of the continuous skeleton secreted by coelenterate polyps for their support and habitation
derived from dried corn kernels
a form of made from . It is used as a sweetener
steroid hormones secreted by the adrenal cortex and their synthetic analogs.
fixed oil derived from the seeds of the cultivated varieties of the cotton plant
Colorant derived from
amino acid that oxidizes to form
amino acid found in the hair protein keratin
Examples of occupations with potential exposure to hydrogen sulfidea Animal fat and oil processors Lithographers Animal manure removers Lithopone makers Artificial-flavour makers Livestock farmers Asphalt storage workers Manhole and trench workers Barium carbonate makers Metallurgists Barium salt makers Miners Blast furnace workers Natural gas production and Brewery workers processing workers Bromide-brine workers Painters using polysulflde Cable splicers caulking compounds Caisson workers Papermakers Carbon disulfide makers Petroleum production and Cellophane makers refinery workers Chemical laboratory workers, Phosphate purifiers teachers, students Photo-engravers Cistern cleaners Pipeline maintenance workers Citrus root fumigators Pyrite burners Coal gasification workers Rayon makers Coke oven workers Refrigerant makers Copper-ore sulfidizers Rubber and plastics processors Depilatory makers Septic tank cleaners Dyemakers Sewage treatment plant workers Excavators Sewer workers Felt makers Sheepdippers Fermentation process workers Silk makers Fertilizer makers Slaughterhouse workers Fishing and fish-processing workers Smelting workers Fur dressers Soapmakers Geothermal-power drilling and Sugar beet and cane processors production workers Sulfur spa workers Gluemakers Sulfur products processors Gold-ore workers Synthetic-fibre makers Heavy-metal precipitators Tank gaugers Heavy-water manufacturers Tannery workers Hydrochloric acid purifiers Textile printers Hydrogen sulfide production Thiophene makers and sales workers Tunnel workers Landfill workers Well diggers and cleaners Lead ore sulfidizers Wool pullers Lead removers a From: NIOSH (1977).
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