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Is lactato potásico vegan?

Lactato potásico is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is lactato potásico?

Lactato potásico, also known as potassium lactate, is a versatile food ingredient that offers a range of functional benefits. It is a white, odorless, and slightly hygroscopic powder that is highly soluble in water. As a food additive, lactato potásico serves as a preservative, acidity regulator, and flavor enhancer. It also helps improve the texture and shelf life of food products. Lactato potásico is commonly used in meat, poultry, and seafood products, as well as baked goods and dairy products. It is a safe and effective ingredient that can improve the quality and safety of many different types of foods.

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