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Is coffee bean vegan?

Coffee bean is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is coffee bean?

Coffee beans are the seeds of the Coffea plant, known for their rich, earthy aroma and robust flavor. These small, oval-shaped beans are typically roasted to produce coffee, a beloved beverage enjoyed worldwide. The beans contain caffeine, a natural stimulant that provides a jolt of energy and heightened alertness. Coffee beans come in a variety of types and flavors, depending on the region where they are grown and the roasting process used. From bold and dark espresso blends to smooth and nutty single-origin varieties, coffee beans offer endless possibilities for those seeking a pick-me-up or a gourmet culinary ingredient.

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