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Is fosfatos de cálcio vegan?

Fosfatos de cálcio is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is fosfatos de cálcio?

Fosfatos de cálcio, also known as calcium phosphates, are a group of food additives commonly used to improve the texture, stability, and nutritional value of processed foods. These white powders are derived from naturally occurring minerals and provide a source of both calcium and phosphorus, which are essential nutrients for strong bones and teeth. Fosfatos de cálcio can be found in a range of products, including baked goods, dairy products, and meat substitutes. As a versatile ingredient, fosfatos de cálcio enhance the flavor profile of many popular foods while providing important health benefits.

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