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Is permeat de lactosérum vegan?

Permeat de lactosérum is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is permeat de lactosérum?

Permeat de lactosérum, also known as whey permeate, is a byproduct of the cheese-making process. It is a concentrated source of lactose and minerals, such as calcium and phosphorus. Whey permeate is commonly used as a food ingredient due to its ability to enhance flavor, texture, and nutritional value. Additionally, it can be used as a sweetener in various foods and beverages, including baked goods, sports drinks, and protein powders. Whey permeate has become increasingly popular among food manufacturers due to its cost-effectiveness and versatility in formulation.

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