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Is phosphates de tricalcium vegan?

Phosphates de tricalcium is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is phosphates de tricalcium?

Phosphates de tricalcium, also known as tricalcium phosphate, is a natural mineral commonly used as a food additive to improve texture and stability. It is usually produced from calcium-rich rocks or bones and is chemically inert, meaning it won't react with other elements in the food. As a result, phosphates de tricalcium can safely be added to a range of products, including baked goods, dairy products, and processed meats. In addition to its functional properties, this ingredient is also a good source of calcium, which is essential for healthy bones and teeth.

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