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Is trikalciumcitrat vegan?

Trikalciumcitrat is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is trikalciumcitrat?

Trikalciumcitrat is a white, odorless, and tasteless food ingredient commonly used as a calcium supplement and acidity regulator. It is made by combining citric acid with calcium hydroxide, resulting in a compound that is easily absorbed by the body. Trikalciumcitrat is often found in processed foods, such as beverages, cheese, and baked goods, due to its ability to improve texture and prevent clumping. It is also used as a natural preservative and can help improve the shelf life of food products. As a calcium source, trikalciumcitrat is an essential component of a balanced diet and can help maintain healthy bones and teeth.

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