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Is cloruro calcico vegan?

Cloruro calcico is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is cloruro calcico?

Cloruro calcico, also known as calcium chloride, is a white crystalline salt that is commonly used as a food ingredient. It has a salty taste and can be found in various forms, such as pellets or flakes. Calcium chloride is often added to food as a preservative, texture enhancer, or firming agent. It is also used in cheese-making to improve curd formation and increase yield. Additionally, this ingredient is sometimes used in the production of beer and other beverages to help clarify the liquid and improve its stability. While it is generally considered safe for consumption, excessive intake may lead to adverse health effects, so care should be taken when using it.

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