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Is lactate de fer vegan?

Lactate de fer is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is lactate de fer?

Lactate de fer, also known as iron lactate, is a food ingredient commonly used as a source of iron. It is a salt composed of iron and lactic acid, and it has a slightly sour taste. Iron is an essential mineral that plays a crucial role in the human body, helping to transport oxygen and supporting the immune system. Lactate de fer is often added to foods such as bread, dairy products, and infant formulas to increase their iron content. It is also used in the production of pharmaceuticals and dietary supplements. Lactate de fer is safe for consumption and is considered a valuable ingredient in the food industry due to its nutritional benefits.

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