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Is edta calcio-disodique vegan?

Edta calcio-disodique is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is edta calcio-disodique?

EDTA calcio-disodique is a food ingredient that acts as a chelating agent, meaning it binds to metal ions, like calcium and magnesium, to prevent them from reacting with other ingredients in food. This white, crystalline powder is derived from ethylenediamine tetraacetic acid (EDTA) and is commonly used as a preservative in processed foods, including canned goods, dressings, and beverages. It can also be found in some personal care products. EDTA calcio-disodique helps maintain the quality, safety, and stability of food products, extending their shelf life and enhancing their overall appeal.

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