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Is fosfati di potassio vegan?

Fosfati di potassio is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is fosfati di potassio?

Fosfati di potassio, or potassium phosphates, are a group of inorganic salts that are commonly used as food additives. They are typically produced by combining phosphoric acid and potassium hydroxide, resulting in a white powder that is highly soluble in water. Fosfati di potassio are used for a variety of purposes in food production, including as a buffer to regulate pH levels, as a leavening agent in baked goods, and as a stabilizer to prevent the separation of ingredients in processed foods. They are considered safe for consumption in small quantities and are approved for use by many regulatory agencies worldwide.

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