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Is titán-dioxid vegan?

Titán-dioxid is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is titán-dioxid?

Titanium dioxide, commonly referred to as "titán-dioxid" in some languages, is a naturally occurring mineral that is widely used as a food colorant and sunscreen agent. It has a white, fine powder appearance and is odorless and tasteless. In the food industry, it is added to products such as candies, cake icings, and chewing gum to provide a bright white color. Titanium dioxide is also used as a thickening agent in mayonnaise, yogurt, and other dairy products. Although it is considered safe for human consumption, some studies have raised concerns about potential health risks associated with its long-term use.

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