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Is калциев динатриев едта vegan?

Калциев динатриев едта is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is калциев динатриев едта?

"Калциев динатриев едта" is a food ingredient commonly used as a preservative and flavor enhancer. It is a white, odorless powder that dissolves easily in water and is often added to processed foods, such as canned fruits and vegetables, to prevent spoilage and maintain freshness. This chelating agent binds with metal ions, preventing them from oxidizing or reacting with other substances, which can lead to discoloration or flavor changes. Despite some controversy surrounding its safety, калциев динатриев едта remains a popular choice among food manufacturers due to its effectiveness and low cost.

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