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Is kalcijev sulfat vegan?

Kalcijev sulfat is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is kalcijev sulfat?

Kalcijev sulfat, also known as calcium sulfate, is a mineral compound commonly used in food production as an anti-caking agent, firming agent, and stabilizer. It is a white powder that is odorless and tasteless. Calcium sulfate is naturally occurring and can be found in rock formations and soils. It is also produced synthetically by reacting sulfuric acid with calcium carbonate. In addition to its various uses in the food industry, calcium sulfate is also used in the production of plaster, cement, and fertilizer. It is generally considered safe for consumption and is approved for use by regulatory agencies around the world.

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