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Is kalcium-klorid vegan?

Kalcium-klorid is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is kalcium-klorid?

Calcium chloride is a naturally occurring compound that is used as a food ingredient and preservative. It is a type of salt that is soluble in water and has a variety of uses in the food industry. As a food additive, it is used to add firmness to fruits and vegetables, to enhance the texture of processed foods, and to prevent spoilage by inhibiting bacterial growth. It is also used in cheese making to help coagulate milk proteins and improve yield. Calcium chloride is safe for consumption and is an excellent source of calcium, an essential mineral that supports healthy bones and teeth.

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