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Is ávaxtasykur vegan?

Ávaxtasykur is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is ávaxtasykur?

Ávaxtasykur is a delectable Icelandic fruit candy that has been a beloved treat for generations. This mouth-watering confectionery is made by combining real fruit juices and purees with sugar, and then boiling the mixture until it thickens into a sweet, sticky mass. The resulting candy is then shaped into small bite-sized pieces and coated with a light dusting of powdered sugar. The combination of fruity sweetness and powdery texture make ávaxtasykur an irresistible snack that is perfect for satisfying a sweet tooth. Whether you're a fan of traditional Icelandic treats or just looking for a new candy to try, ávaxtasykur is a must-try ingredient.

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