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Is maitojauhe vegan?

Maitojauhe is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is maitojauhe?

Maitojauhe, also known as milk powder, is a versatile ingredient commonly used in various food products. It is made by removing the moisture from fresh milk and then processing it into a fine powder. Maitojauhe has a long shelf life and can be used as a substitute for fresh milk in baking, cooking, and beverage applications. It contains essential nutrients such as calcium, protein, and vitamin D. Maitojauhe is often used in infant formulas, dairy products, and confectioneries. Its convenient and long-lasting properties make it a popular choice for those who want to enjoy the benefits of milk without the need for refrigeration.

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