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Is titandioxid vegan?

Titandioxid is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is titandioxid?

Titanium dioxide, also known as titandioxid, is a naturally occurring mineral commonly used as a white pigment in a wide range of food products. It has excellent light-scattering properties that give foods an attractive, bright appearance, and it is also used to enhance the opacity and texture of certain products. While it is generally considered safe for consumption in small quantities, some studies have raised concerns about its potential health effects when consumed in large amounts. As such, food manufacturers must adhere to strict regulations to ensure that their use of titandioxid in food products does not exceed recommended levels.

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