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Is acqua minerale vegan?

Acqua minerale is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is acqua minerale?

Acqua minerale, also known as mineral water, is a type of water that is sourced from underground springs and wells. It is naturally rich in minerals, such as calcium, magnesium, and potassium, which gives it a distinct taste and health benefits. Acqua minerale can be still or sparkling, depending on the level of carbonation. It is commonly used in cooking, as well as for drinking and is often considered a healthier alternative to regular tap water. The unique mineral composition of acqua minerale makes it a popular choice among health-conscious individuals, and it is often used in spas and wellness centers for its therapeutic properties.

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