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Is extrait d thé noir vegan?

Extrait d thé noir is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is extrait d thé noir?

Extrait d thé noir, or black tea extract, is a concentrated liquid derived from the leaves of the Camellia sinensis plant. It is made by steeping black tea leaves in water to create a strong infusion, which is then processed to remove water and concentrate the active compounds. Black tea extract contains high levels of antioxidants, including catechins and theaflavins, which have been linked to numerous health benefits such as improved heart health and lower risk of certain cancers. It is commonly used as a natural flavoring and colorant in a variety of food and beverage products, including teas, energy drinks, and desserts.

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