ALPAVIT Lactose Pharma
Lactose is used as a pharmaceutical additive in the manufacture of tablets, capsules, powders and granulates. Ground lactose is particularly useful for the wet granulation of tablets.
|Sweeteners / Sugar replacements
|Western Europe; Eastern Europe; Asia; Africa; Central/South America
|Halal; Health & Safety (GMP, HAACP and equivalents); Kosher; Vegetarian
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