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Are miel de fleurs sauvages vegan?

Miel de fleurs sauvages is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is miel de fleurs sauvages?

Miel de fleurs sauvages, or wildflower honey, is a natural and unprocessed sweetener that is harvested from the nectar of various flowers growing in the wild. With its rich amber color and delicate floral aroma, this type of honey is highly prized for its unique taste and health benefits. Packed with antioxidants, vitamins, and minerals, wildflower honey is known to boost immunity, soothe sore throats, and improve digestion. Its versatility makes it a perfect addition to teas, baked goods, dressings, and marinades. Indulge in the goodness of nature with miel de fleurs sauvages!.

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