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Is кальция хлорид vegan?

Кальция хлорид is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is кальция хлорид?

"Кальция хлорид" is a white, odorless, and highly soluble compound that is commonly used as a food ingredient. It is the calcium salt of hydrochloric acid and is known for its ability to increase firmness and stability in foods. "Кальция хлорид" is often added to canned fruits and vegetables, pickles, and cheese products to improve shelf life and prevent spoilage. In addition, it can be used in the production of tofu and other soy-based products to help coagulate the protein. As a dietary supplement, "Кальция хлорид" may also provide important health benefits such as maintaining bone density and preventing osteoporosis.

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