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Is extrait d acerola vegan?

Extrait d acerola is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is extrait d acerola?

Extrait d'acerola, also known as acerola extract, is a natural food ingredient derived from the fruit of the acerola plant. This ingredient is known for its high concentration of vitamin C, making it a popular addition to food and beverage products as a natural source of this essential nutrient. Acerola extract is typically a reddish-pink color and has a slightly tart flavor. It can be found in a variety of products, including juices, smoothies, and supplements, and is often used to support immune health, skin health, and overall wellness. Its antioxidant properties also make it a popular ingredient in anti-aging and skincare products.

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