I don't know the type extruder you are using or the consistency of the powder, but generally speaking, 1 to 2% is about all that an extruder can handle of powder due to separate of the ingredients in the hopper. The powder will tend to separate.
Of course if you are running a twin screw and feeders, you should be able to handle it with no problem.
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