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Is extraits de carotte vegan?

Extraits de carotte is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is extraits de carotte?

Extraits de carotte is a French term that translates to "carrot extracts" in English. These extracts are derived from carrots, a root vegetable known for its sweet, earthy flavor and vibrant orange color. Carrot extracts are typically produced by processing fresh carrots through various methods, such as juicing or steam distillation. The resulting extract contains concentrated nutrients and antioxidants, such as beta-carotene and vitamin A, that can provide a range of health benefits. These extracts are commonly used as a natural coloring agent in food products, as well as in cosmetics and skincare products due to their nourishing properties.

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