Talk:Anticaking agent

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I'm not certain if the detail on sodium aluminosilicate is necessary. It seems more appropriate to be in the main article for that substance. Furthermore, just because the element aluminum has health risks, does not mean a derived salt carries the same health risks. More detail on this fact, and/or a reference would be appreciated. Verdatum 18:20, 28 November 2006 (UTC)

A lot of new products are coming out with silicon dioxide (SiO2, aka sand) being listed as an ingredient and "as an anti-caking agent". I don't know how legitimate this is, but Googling for silicon-dioxide spices yields over 60,000 results, many of which are listing silicon dioxide as an ingredient, often in greater proportions than even garlic or turmeric. One of the results mentions "BRITESORB® C935 Food Grade Silicon Dioxide" implying that food-grade SiO2 is somehow different from ground sand, but I wonder. -- Thoreaulylazy 01:32, 29 August 2007 (UTC)

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