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Is suero lacteo vegan?

Suero lacteo is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is suero lacteo?

Suero lacteo or whey is a byproduct of cheese-making process that has become a popular ingredient in the food industry. It is a versatile and nutritious ingredient, rich in protein, essential amino acids, vitamins and minerals, such as calcium and potassium. Suero lacteo is often used as a flavor enhancer or functional ingredient in a wide range of food products, including bakery goods, sports nutrition, infant formula, dairy products, and more. Due to its valuable nutritional properties and functional benefits, suero lacteo has gained popularity among health-conscious consumers looking for natural and sustainable ingredients.

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