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Is delactosed whey vegan?

Delactosed whey is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is delactosed whey?

Delactosed whey is a dairy ingredient that has been processed to remove lactose, a natural sugar found in milk. It is made by passing whey, a byproduct of cheese production, through a filtration process that removes the lactose. This results in a product that is higher in protein and lower in carbohydrates than regular whey. Delactosed whey is often used as an ingredient in sports nutrition products, protein bars, and other food products that require a high-quality protein source. Its mild, slightly sweet flavor and smooth texture make it a versatile ingredient for a variety of culinary applications.

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