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Is skimmed cow' milk powder vegan?

Skimmed cow' milk powder is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is skimmed cow' milk powder?

Skimmed cow's milk powder is a popular dairy product that is derived from cow's milk by removing the cream through the process of skimming. It is a low-fat alternative to whole milk powder and is commonly used as an ingredient in various food products such as bakery, confectionery, and dairy products. Skimmed cow's milk powder is a good source of protein, calcium, and other essential nutrients. It has a long shelf life, making it a convenient ingredient for food manufacturers. Skimmed cow's milk powder can also be reconstituted with water to create a low-fat milk substitute.

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