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Is tricalciumcitraat vegan?

Tricalciumcitraat is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is tricalciumcitraat?

Tricalcium citrate is a white, odorless powder that is commonly used as a food additive due to its ability to increase the calcium content of food products. It is made by combining citric acid with calcium carbonate, resulting in a calcium-rich compound that is easily absorbed by the body. This ingredient is often added to sports drinks, energy bars, and cereals to fortify them with calcium, which is essential for maintaining healthy bones and teeth. Tricalcium citrate is also used as a buffering agent in certain foods and beverages to help maintain their pH levels. Its versatility and health benefits make it a popular choice among food manufacturers.

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