1 antiapelmazante= anti-caking.Ex. It contains no iodine or anti-caking additives.----* agente antiapelmazante = anti-caking agent.* * *= anti-caking.
Ex: It contains no iodine or anti-caking additives.* agente antiapelmazante = anti-caking agent.
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