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Are aardappelvezels vegan?

Aardappelvezels is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is aardappelvezels?

Aardappelvezels are a dietary fiber derived from potatoes. These fibers are extracted from potato peels and are composed of complex carbohydrates that are not digested by the human body, making them ideal for promoting digestive health. Aardappelvezels have a neutral taste and can be easily incorporated into various food products to boost their nutritional value. They are also low in calories and high in filling power, which makes them an excellent ingredient for weight management. Aardappelvezels are a sustainable ingredient as they are derived from waste material, making them an eco-friendly choice for food manufacturers.

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