Home Vege Recipes Diet Pepsi isn’t VEGAN?! Diet Pepsi isn’t VEGAN?! Edgy Veg Apr 01, 2023 22 Comments Tweet on Twitter Share on Facebook Pinterest TRY MY UP-TO-DATE VEGAN RECIPES↓ My Newest Vegan Recipes: https://www.theedgyveg.com/recipes/ ↓ Get My NEW … source diet pepsi diet pepsi vegan diet pepsi vegetarian easy vegan recipes edgy veg edgyveg pepsi pepsi vegan pepsi vegetarian vegan vegan cooking vegan recipe vegan recipes veganism vegetarian
I don't know much about pop but could the secret ingredient be honey? Thats not vegan but it is vegetarian.
Would they have to allergens if they have been so processed they become a different ingredient?
Not meat, probably not milk, must be eggs then. Maybe a bit of eggwhite to simulate the syrupy mouthfeel of sugar. Totally unnecessary and kinda fraudulent but that's the same as all beverages including alcohol. They don't have the same requirement to disclose ingredients as they would if it was food. Crazy huh.
The phenylalanine in aspartame is derived from milk. It's extremely chemically processed so it's not an allergy concern and they don't have to declare it.
Vegetarian but not vegan… I’m going to guess it’s trace amounts of honey. If it was trace amounts of milk or eggs they’d have to put an allergy statement on it. “May contain traces of…”
Good thing I don't do diet
Some sweeteners contain dairy…..probably that
Probably honey or other bee derived ingredient.
If it were eggs or dairy, they'd have to list it. Maybe it's bugs.
I don't drink a lot of soda anymore, but when I have had the occasional craving, Diet Pepsi has been my go-to. Oh, well. Thank you so much for the information!
What about Diet Coke??
If it's traces it could be made in a factory that also deals with non vegan ingredients. Possibly something bee related?
It has something related to milk 🥛an acid that is derived from milk
Maybe they use trace amounts of honey or lactose?
Maybe some ingredient renders it a bit murky, so they clarify it with eggs?
I bet is bee pollen. It's often used as a flavoring or so I read somewhere.
In Austria gelatine is categorised as vegetarian. Dont know why, makes no sense to me. Im guessing because its not meat?…
I’m guessing honey
Egg albumin maybe?
Could be castorium.
Maybe a latic acid (milk) preservative.
I just think they don’t know the difference so it might be gelatin.
could be a non-vegan lactic acid