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Are potassium citrates vegan?

Potassium citrates is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is potassium citrates?

Potassium citrates are a type of salt that are commonly used as a food additive. They are made up of potassium, a mineral that plays a crucial role in the functioning of many important bodily processes, and citrates, which are organic compounds found in citrus fruits. Potassium citrates are often used as a preservative in processed foods and beverages, as they can help prevent spoilage and extend shelf life. They are also used as a flavoring agent in some foods, and may be added to certain medications to help regulate acidity levels in the body.

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