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Is apple juice from còncentrate vegan?

Apple juice from còncentrate is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is apple juice from còncentrate?

Apple juice from concentrate is a popular ingredient that is made from apples that have been pressed and then concentrated by removing the water content. The concentrate is then rehydrated to create a delicious and refreshing apple juice. This process ensures a consistent flavor and quality, and allows for easier transportation and storage. Apple juice from concentrate can be used in a variety of culinary applications, such as cocktails, sauces, marinades, and baked goods. It is a versatile and convenient ingredient that adds a natural sweetness and fruity flavor to any dish.

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