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Is decaffeinated black tea vegan?

Decaffeinated black tea is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is decaffeinated black tea?

Decaffeinated black tea is a type of tea that has undergone a process to remove most of its caffeine content, while still retaining the rich flavor and antioxidants of black tea. Unlike traditional black tea, decaffeinated black tea can be enjoyed at any time of day or night without the jitters and sleep disturbances that caffeine can cause. This versatile ingredient can be brewed on its own or used as a base for delicious blends, such as chai or iced tea. Whether you're looking for a caffeine-free pick-me-up or a soothing cup of tea before bed, decaffeinated black tea is an excellent choice.

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