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Is appelsap uit concentraat vegan?

Appelsap uit concentraat is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is appelsap uit concentraat?

"Appelsap uit concentraat" is a Dutch term that translates to "apple juice from concentrate." This ingredient is made by extracting water from freshly squeezed apple juice until it becomes a concentrated syrup. The syrup is then mixed with water to reconstitute the juice to its original state. The process of making juice from concentrate allows for easy transport and a longer shelf life. Although the concentration process may remove some of the natural flavors and nutrients of the apple juice, it still provides a delicious and convenient option for those seeking a refreshing drink.

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