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Is dried pineapple vegan?

Dried pineapple is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is dried pineapple?

Dried pineapple is a sweet and tangy tropical fruit that has been dehydrated to lock in its natural flavor and nutrients. The drying process enhances the sweetness of the pineapple, giving it a chewy texture that makes it perfect for snacking or adding to trail mixes. Its bright yellow color is a testament to its high vitamin C content, making it an excellent source of antioxidants. Dried pineapple can also be used as a versatile ingredient in a variety of recipes, from sweet desserts to savory dishes. Adding dried pineapple to your diet is an easy way to enjoy this delicious fruit year-round.

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