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Is титаниев диоксид vegan?

Титаниев диоксид is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is титаниев диоксид?

"Титаниев диоксид" is a white, odorless, and tasteless powder that is commonly used as a food additive. It is composed of titanium and oxygen and is often added to foods to give them a brighter, more appealing appearance. This food ingredient is approved by regulatory agencies as safe for consumption in small quantities, but large amounts can be harmful to health. It is commonly used in baked goods, candies, and other food products to provide a white color and enhance texture. "Титаниев диоксид" is also used in sunscreen, paint, and other industrial applications due to its reflective and refractive properties.

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