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Is cera de abeja vegan?

Cera de abeja is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is cera de abeja?

Cera de abeja, also known as beeswax, is a natural wax produced by honeybees. It has a golden-yellow color and a faint honey-like scent. Beeswax is commonly used in the food industry as a coating for fruits and vegetables to preserve freshness and appearance. It's also used in confectionery as a glaze for candies and chocolates. Besides its culinary uses, beeswax is widely utilized in cosmetics, skincare products, and candles. With its natural emollient and moisturizing properties, cera de abeja is a versatile ingredient that can add both functionality and aesthetic appeal to various applications.

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