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Is tripotassium citrate vegan?

Tripotassium citrate is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is tripotassium citrate?

Tripotassium citrate is a food ingredient commonly used as an acidity regulator and buffering agent in the food industry. It is a potassium salt of citric acid and is made by combining citric acid with potassium hydroxide. It appears as a white crystalline powder and is soluble in water. Tripotassium citrate is used to control the pH level of food and beverages, particularly in acidic products such as carbonated drinks, jams, and jellies. It is also used as a dietary supplement for its potassium content, which helps regulate blood pressure and promote heart health.

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