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Is szén-dioxid vegan?

Szén-dioxid is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is szén-dioxid?

Szén-dioxid is a colorless, odorless, and non-flammable gas composed of one carbon atom and two oxygen atoms, represented by the chemical formula CO2. It occurs naturally in the Earth's atmosphere as a byproduct of respiration and combustion processes. Szén-dioxid is a crucial ingredient in the food industry as it is commonly used to carbonate beverages, such as soda and beer, and to extend the shelf life of packaged food products by preventing spoilage. While szén-dioxid is generally considered safe for consumption, excessive consumption of carbonated beverages can lead to negative health consequences, such as tooth decay and acid reflux.

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