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Is anthocyane vegan?

Anthocyane is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is anthocyane?

Anthocyanes are a group of water-soluble pigments that belong to the flavonoid family. These natural compounds give vibrant colors to many fruits and vegetables, such as blueberries, raspberries, red cabbage, and eggplant. Anthocyanes are powerful antioxidants that have been linked to numerous health benefits, including reduced inflammation, improved heart health, and better cognitive function. Besides their nutritional properties, anthocyanes are also used as natural food colorants, particularly in the production of beverages and confectionery. With their bold hues and health-promoting properties, anthocyanes are a valuable addition to any diet.

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