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Is lactate potassium vegan?

Lactate potassium is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is lactate potassium?

Lactate potassium is a versatile food ingredient that is commonly used as a preservative, pH regulator, and flavor enhancer in a wide range of food products. It is a potassium salt of lactic acid, which is produced through the fermentation of sugar. Lactate potassium has a slightly salty and acidic taste, making it ideal for use in dairy products, meat, and baked goods. It also helps to improve the texture and shelf life of food products, making it a popular choice among food manufacturers. Additionally, lactate potassium is a natural alternative to traditional preservatives, making it a popular choice among health-conscious consumers.

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