Someone bought me some orange juice. The kind “with calcium and vitamin D!” It contains tricalcium citrate and vitamin d3. Normally I get the plain orange juice, but I have always been curious… Would this juice be vegan? Web searches aren’t much help.
Typically, soymilk is fortified with vitamin D2, the vegan form of vitamin D, while cereals, juice, and margarine are fortified with vitamin D3 derived from sheep’s wool. If the label on a fortified food doesn’t say what form of vitamin D is used to fortify the food, you can contact the company.