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Is kohlendioxid vegan?

Kohlendioxid is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is kohlendioxid?

Kohlendioxid, also known as carbon dioxide, is a colorless and odorless gas that naturally occurs in the Earth's atmosphere. It is formed when carbon-containing substances such as fossil fuels, wood, and organic matter are burned or decomposed. Kohlendioxid is a crucial component in the process of photosynthesis, as it is used by plants to produce carbohydrates and oxygen. It is also used in the food industry as a natural preservative and in carbonated beverages to give them their fizz. In addition, kohlendioxid is a greenhouse gas and its levels in the atmosphere have been linked to climate change.

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