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Is powdered milk product vegan?

Powdered milk product is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is powdered milk product?

Powdered milk product is a versatile ingredient made by removing water from milk, resulting in a concentrated form of milk that can be stored for longer periods. It has a fine texture and is commonly used in baking, cooking, and as a coffee creamer. Powdered milk products come in various types, including skim, whole, and buttermilk powder. These products offer the same nutritional benefits as regular milk, including calcium, vitamin D, and protein. They are also a cost-effective alternative to fresh milk and are easy to use, making them a popular choice among home cooks and commercial food manufacturers alike.

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