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Is bergamot flavouring vegan?

Bergamot flavouring is potentially vegan - it can be derived from plants or animals. You should ask the manufacturer for more details.

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So, what is bergamot flavouring?

Bergamot flavouring is a fragrant, citrusy flavouring extracted from the bergamot orange, a fruit that is primarily grown in Italy. The oil from the bergamot orange peel is carefully extracted and blended to create a distinctive flavour that is both floral and slightly tart. This flavouring is commonly used in teas, baked goods, and confections, as well as in the production of perfume and aromatherapy products. Bergamot flavouring is a versatile ingredient that can add a touch of sophistication to any recipe or product.

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