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Is dipotássium phosphate vegan?

Dipotássium phosphate is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is dipotássium phosphate?

Dipotassium phosphate is a food ingredient commonly used as an acidity regulator, emulsifier, and buffering agent. With the chemical formula of K2HPO4, it appears as a white, odorless powder that easily dissolves in water. As an additive, dipotassium phosphate plays a crucial role in balancing the pH level of food products during processing and enhancing their overall texture, stability, and shelf life. It can be found in various food items such as dairy products, meat, seafood, and baked goods. Additionally, it is considered safe for consumption by regulatory bodies such as the US FDA and the European Food Safety Authority.

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