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Is cire d' abeille vegan?

Cire d' abeille is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is cire d' abeille?

Cire d'abeille, also known as beeswax, is a natural wax produced by honeybees. It is highly valued in the food industry for its amazing properties. Beeswax is a versatile ingredient that can be used to thicken and stabilize emulsions, enhance texture, and provide a glossy finish. It is commonly found in candies, chewing gum, and chocolate products, where it acts as a glazing agent. Beeswax is also a popular natural alternative to synthetic preservatives, as it inhibits microbial growth and helps extend the shelf life of foods. Its subtle honey aroma adds a pleasant touch to any recipe.

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