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Is kalciumklorid vegan?

Kalciumklorid is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is kalciumklorid?

Calcium chloride, also known as kalciumklorid, is a salt commonly used in food production. It has a chemical formula of CaCl2 and is highly soluble in water, making it an effective desiccant and firming agent. It is often used in the production of cheese, beer, and canned fruits and vegetables to improve texture and extend shelf life. Calcium chloride also has a variety of other industrial and medical applications, including as a de-icer for roads and as a treatment for calcium deficiencies in patients. Despite its numerous uses, it should be handled with care as it can cause skin irritation and should not be ingested in large quantities.

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