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Is süßmolkepulver vegan?

Süßmolkepulver is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is süßmolkepulver?

Süßmolkepulver, also known as sweet whey powder, is a versatile food ingredient made from the residue left over after milk is curdled and strained during cheese production. It has a pale cream color and a sweet, slightly nutty taste. Süßmolkepulver is a rich source of protein and lactose, making it a popular ingredient in the food industry for its functional properties. It is commonly used as a sweetener and flavor enhancer in baked goods, confectionery, and dairy products, as well as in sports nutrition products. Süßmolkepulver is a valuable ingredient for adding texture and nutritional value to a wide range of food products.

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