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Is phösphate tricalcique vegan?

Phösphate tricalcique is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is phösphate tricalcique?

Phosphate tricalcique, also known as tricalcium phosphate, is a mineral that is commonly used as a food ingredient due to its ability to act as an anti-caking agent, a dough strengthener, and a source of calcium. It is made up of three calcium ions and two phosphate ions, and is often derived from natural sources such as bones or rocks. Phosphate tricalcique is widely used in the food industry to improve the texture and quality of baked goods, cheeses, and other dairy products. In addition, it is also used as a nutritional supplement in some food products, particularly those that are marketed as being high in calcium.

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