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Is aus frucht vegan?

Aus frucht is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is aus frucht?

"Aus Frucht" is a German term that translates to "made from fruit" in English. This term typically refers to a food ingredient that has been processed or derived from fruit. It can include items such as fruit concentrates, purees, extracts, and powders. Aus Frucht ingredients are often used to add natural sweetness, flavor, and nutritional benefits to various food and beverage products. They can be found in items such as juices, smoothies, jams, baked goods, and desserts. Due to their versatility and health benefits, aus Frucht ingredients have become increasingly popular among health-conscious consumers looking for natural and wholesome food options.

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