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Are framboises lyophilisées vegan?

Framboises lyophilisées is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is framboises lyophilisées?

Framboises lyophilisées are freeze-dried raspberries that have been processed using a special technique to remove all the moisture from the fruit while preserving its natural flavor and nutritional value. These ruby-red gems have a concentrated raspberry taste that makes them perfect for adding a burst of fruity flavor to baked goods, smoothies, cereal, yogurt, and more. With a long shelf life and no added sugars or preservatives, framboises lyophilisées are a convenient and healthy ingredient to keep on hand for whenever you want to add a touch of sweetness to your dishes.

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