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Is diethylene tricaseinamide vegan?

Diethylene tricaseinamide is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is diethylene tricaseinamide?

Diethylene tricaseinamide is a food ingredient commonly used as an emulsifier, stabilizer, and thickener. It is derived from casein, a protein found in milk, and is typically produced through a process of hydrolysis and ethoxylation. Diethylene tricaseinamide helps to keep ingredients in food products well-blended and evenly distributed, which can improve the texture and overall eating experience. It is often used in processed foods such as dairy products, baked goods, and sauces, and is considered safe for consumption by regulatory bodies such as the FDA.

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