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Is extractó de lúpulo vegan?

Extractó de lúpulo is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is extractó de lúpulo?

Extracto de lúpulo, also known as hop extract, is a concentrated substance derived from the flowers of the hop plant. It is commonly used as a flavoring and aroma agent in the production of beer, but can also be found in various foods and beverages as a natural preservative and flavor enhancer. The extract contains essential oils, resins, and acids, which contribute to its bitter, earthy flavor and aroma. With its unique properties, extracto de lúpulo has become a popular ingredient in the food and beverage industry, valued for its versatility and ability to add complexity to a wide range of products.

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