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Is carbonates dammonium vegan?

Carbonates dammonium is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is carbonates dammonium?

Carbonates dammonium is a white, crystalline powder that is a type of ammonium salt. It is commonly used in food as a raising agent, helping to create a light and fluffy texture in baked goods such as cakes, cookies, and breads. It is also used in some forms of chocolate to prevent the chocolate from turning white due to changes in temperature. Carbonates dammonium is considered safe for consumption in small amounts and has been approved by regulatory bodies such as the FDA. Its versatility and effectiveness make it a popular choice among food manufacturers and bakers alike.

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