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Is bacche di goji essiccate vegan?

Bacche di goji essiccate is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is bacche di goji essiccate?

Bacche di goji essiccate, also known as dried goji berries, are a nutrient-packed superfood that have been enjoyed for centuries in traditional Chinese medicine. These small, red berries are carefully dried to preserve their unique tangy-sweet flavor and chewy texture. Packed with antioxidants, vitamins, and minerals, these little powerhouses are believed to promote immune function, protect against chronic diseases, and even improve vision. Whether added to trail mix, smoothies, or baked goods, bacche di goji essiccate are a versatile and delicious addition to any healthy diet.

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