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Is fortified wheatflour vegan?

Fortified wheatflour is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is fortified wheatflour?

Fortified wheat flour is a type of flour that has been enriched with essential nutrients such as iron, folic acid, and B vitamins, which are often lost during the refining process. This type of flour is commonly used in baked goods such as bread, pasta, and pastries to ensure that they provide the necessary nutrients for a healthy diet. Fortified wheat flour is a great way to ensure that you are getting the necessary nutrients in your diet without having to rely on supplements. It is an easy way to incorporate important vitamins and minerals into your diet and can be found in most grocery stores.

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