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Is citrato di potassio vegan?

Citrato di potassio is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is citrato di potassio?

Citrato di Potassio is a potassium salt of citric acid and is commonly used as an acidity regulator, emulsifier, and flavoring agent in the food industry. It is odorless, crystalline, and white to transparent in appearance. Citrato di Potassio can be found naturally in many fruits and vegetables, including citrus fruits, tomatoes, and potatoes. It is also used in the production of processed foods, such as jams, jellies, and soft drinks. Additionally, Citrato di Potassio is used as a dietary supplement for those who have low levels of potassium in their bodies or are on a potassium-restricted diet.

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