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Are fibres d'ananas vegan?

Fibres d'ananas is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is fibres d'ananas?

Fibres d'ananas, or pineapple fibers, are a unique food ingredient that is gaining popularity in the health and wellness community. These fibers are extracted from the leaves and stems of pineapples, which are known for their high fiber content and digestive benefits. With a texture similar to that of coconut, pineapple fibers add a subtle sweetness to dishes and are a great way to incorporate more fiber into your diet. In addition to aiding digestion, these fibers have also been linked to improved heart health and blood sugar control. Add fibres d'ananas to smoothies, baked goods, and salads for a nutritious boost.

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