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Is lactoserum doux en poudre vegan?

Lactoserum doux en poudre is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is lactoserum doux en poudre?

Lactoserum doux en poudre, also known as sweet whey powder, is a dairy ingredient commonly used in food manufacturing. It is made from the liquid that remains after milk has been curdled and strained, which contains a range of proteins, carbohydrates, and minerals. The lactoserum doux is dried and ground into a fine powder, which can then be added to various food products to enhance their texture, flavor, and nutritional profile. This versatile ingredient is often used in the production of bakery products, confectionery, sports drinks, and infant formula, among others.

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