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Is eau gazeifie vegan?

Eau gazeifie is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is eau gazeifie?

Eau gazeifie, also known as carbonated water, is a popular ingredient used in many food and beverage products. It is created by dissolving carbon dioxide gas in water under pressure, which gives it a bubbly texture and refreshing taste. This fizzy water is often used as a low-calorie alternative to sugary soft drinks and can be enjoyed on its own or mixed with various syrups and flavors to create delicious mocktails and cocktails. Eau gazeifie is also believed to aid digestion and promote hydration, making it a popular choice among health-conscious consumers. Its versatility and health benefits have made it a staple in the food and beverage industry.

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