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Are citrate tricalciques vegan?

Citrate tricalciques is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is citrate tricalciques?

Citrate tricalcique is a food ingredient commonly used as an anti-caking agent and a source of calcium in food products. It is made by combining citric acid with calcium carbonate, resulting in a white, odorless powder that is highly soluble in water. Citrate tricalcique is often used in processed cheese, powdered milk, and baking powder, as well as in dietary supplements. As a source of calcium, it helps to promote bone health and can be beneficial for those who do not consume enough calcium in their diets. It is considered safe for consumption by regulatory agencies and is a widely used food additive.

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