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Are jus framboises vegan?

Jus framboises is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is jus framboises?

Jus framboises, also known as raspberry juice, is a sweet and tangy ingredient made from the juice of ripe, succulent raspberries. The bright pink-red liquid has a distinct fruity aroma and a refreshing flavor that perfectly balances tartness and sweetness. It is commonly used as a natural sweetener and flavor enhancer in a variety of dishes, such as cocktails, desserts, and sauces. Jus framboises is packed with antioxidants, vitamins, and minerals that are essential for maintaining a healthy body. It is also a popular ingredient in the world of mixology, where it is used to create delicious and innovative drinks.

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