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Is szilicium-dioxid vegan?

Szilicium-dioxid is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is szilicium-dioxid?

Szilicium-dioxid is a naturally occurring mineral that is commonly used in the food industry as an anti-caking agent. It is a white, odorless powder that is insoluble in water and has a high melting point. Szilicium-dioxid is often used in products such as powdered sugar, spices, and baking mixes to prevent clumping and improve flowability. It is considered safe for consumption by regulatory agencies around the world and is often preferred over other anti-caking agents due to its inert nature and lack of impact on flavor or texture. Overall, szilicium-dioxid plays an important role in maintaining the quality and consistency of many of our favorite foods.

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