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Are aguas vegan?

Aguas is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is aguas?

Aguas, a term derived from Spanish, refers to flavored water drinks that are commonly found in Latin American countries. These refreshing beverages are made by infusing water with natural fruits, herbs, and spices, giving them a subtle sweetness and a burst of flavor. Aguas come in a wide range of flavors, including tamarind, hibiscus, lime, pineapple, and coconut. They are a healthy and low-calorie alternative to soda and other sugary drinks, and are perfect for staying hydrated on hot summer days. Aguas have gained popularity in recent years, with many people incorporating them into their daily routine as a delicious and nutritious drink option.

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