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Are jus de clémentines vegan?

Jus de clémentines is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is jus de clémentines?

Jus de clémentines, or Clementine juice, is a refreshing and flavorful citrus juice made from the pulp and juice of clementines. The juice is extracted from the small, sweet citrus fruit that is similar to mandarins and oranges, but with a slightly tangier and more complex flavor. Clementines are high in vitamin C and antioxidants, making their juice a healthy and flavorful choice for any occasion. The juice is delicious on its own, but can also be used in cocktails, smoothies, and marinades for meats or fish. Its bright orange color and refreshing taste make it a perfect addition to any meal or drink.

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