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Is calciumacetat vegan?

Calciumacetat is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is calciumacetat?

Calcium acetate, also known as calcium ethanoate, is a white crystalline powder that is a salt of calcium and acetic acid. It is commonly used as a food additive, particularly in the production of cheese, where it serves as a stabilizer and firming agent. Calcium acetate is also used in medicine to treat high blood phosphate levels and is added to some dietary supplements. It has a slightly bitter taste and is soluble in water, making it easy to incorporate into a variety of food and drink products. With its numerous applications, calcium acetate is a versatile and valuable ingredient in the food and pharmaceutical industries.

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