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Is tricalcium.- phosphate vegan?

Tricalcium.- phosphate is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is tricalcium.- phosphate?

Tricalcium phosphate is a food ingredient that is commonly used as a source of calcium in various processed foods. It's an odorless and tasteless white powder, which is made by reacting calcium oxide with phosphoric acid. Tricalcium phosphate is not only an important nutrient for healthy bones and teeth but also plays a significant role in several bodily functions such as muscle function, nerve transmission, and blood clotting. Due to its unique properties, tricalcium phosphate is widely used in baking powders, dairy products, cereals, and supplements. Its chemical formula is Ca3(PO4)2, and it has a molecular weight of 310.18 g/mol.

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