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Is trikalcijum fosfat vegan?

Trikalcijum fosfat is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is trikalcijum fosfat?

Trikalcijum fosfat, also known as tricalcium phosphate, is a white, odorless powder that is commonly used as a food additive. It is a rich source of calcium and phosphorus, essential minerals that are vital for strong bones and teeth. Trikalcijum fosfat is often added to processed foods, such as baked goods, dairy products, and breakfast cereals, to enhance their nutritional content. Additionally, it is sometimes used as a stabilizer or anti-caking agent in certain foods. Due to its low solubility, it is considered a safe and effective ingredient that does not affect the taste or texture of food.

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