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Is arabica kahviuute vegan?

Arabica kahviuute is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is arabica kahviuute?

Arabica kahviuute, or Arabica coffee extract, is a natural ingredient that is extracted from the Arabica coffee beans. Grown primarily in Latin America and East Africa, Arabica coffee beans are known for their delicate and nuanced flavor profile, which is reflected in the fragrance and taste of this extract. Rich in antioxidants and caffeine, Arabica kahviuute has been used in traditional medicine to boost energy levels and improve mental focus. As an ingredient, it is commonly added to food and beverage products to enhance their taste and aroma, making them all the more irresistible to coffee lovers everywhere.

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