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Is dérivé de lactosérum vegan?

Dérivé de lactosérum is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is dérivé de lactosérum?

"Dérivé de lactosérum" is a French term that refers to a type of food ingredient that is derived from whey, a byproduct of cheese production. This derivative is created by processing and separating the proteins and other nutrients found in whey, resulting in a highly concentrated and versatile ingredient that is used in a wide variety of food products, from baked goods to sports supplements. Because it is a rich source of high-quality protein and other essential nutrients, "dérivé de lactosérum" is often sought after by health-conscious consumers and athletes looking to boost their nutritional intake.

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