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Is café doux sans caféine vegan?

Café doux sans caféine is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is café doux sans caféine?

Café doux sans caféine is a decaffeinated coffee that delivers the same smooth and mild flavor as traditional coffee, without the stimulating effects of caffeine. Made from high-quality Arabica beans, this coffee undergoes a natural decaffeination process that preserves its rich aroma and taste. It can be enjoyed at any time of day, without disrupting your sleep or causing jitters. Perfect for coffee lovers who want to indulge in the taste of coffee without the caffeine kick. This versatile ingredient can be used to create a wide range of coffee-based beverages, desserts, and baked goods.

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