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Is de tagatose vegan?

De tagatose is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is de tagatose?

De tagatose is a low-calorie sweetener that has been gaining popularity among health-conscious consumers in recent years. It is a natural monosaccharide found in some dairy products, fruits, and vegetables. This white crystalline powder is about 92% as sweet as sucrose but contains only one-third of the calories - making it an excellent alternative for those looking to reduce their sugar intake. De tagatose is metabolized differently than other sugars, making it suitable for people with diabetes or those following a low-carbohydrate diet. In addition, it does not cause tooth decay, making it an ideal choice for dental health.

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