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Is diammonium phosphate vegan?

Diammonium phosphate is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is diammonium phosphate?

Diammonium phosphate (DAP) is a water-soluble salt and a source of both nitrogen and phosphorus, two essential macronutrients for plant growth. It is commonly used as a fertilizer in agriculture, as well as in the production of industrial chemicals and as a food ingredient. DAP has a high nitrogen content, which makes it a popular choice for boosting the growth and yield of crops. It is also used in some baking powders as a leavening agent, and in some yeast nutrients to aid fermentation. DAP is typically found in the form of small white crystals or a fine powder.

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