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Are natural lemon flavours vegan?

Natural lemon flavours is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is natural lemon flavours?

Natural lemon flavours are a versatile food ingredient that can add a burst of tangy, citrusy flavour to a variety of dishes. These flavours are typically derived from real lemon fruit, and can be used in anything from baked goods to beverages to sauces and marinades. They offer a fresh, bright taste that can enhance the overall profile of a dish, and are often preferred over artificial lemon flavours due to their authentic taste and lack of chemical additives. Whether you're looking to add a subtle hint of lemon or a more intense flavour, natural lemon flavours can be a valuable tool in any kitchen.

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