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Is fruits aux vegan?

Fruits aux is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is fruits aux?

Fruits aux, also known as mixed fruits, is a delectable blend of various fresh fruits that are chopped and combined to create a colorful and flavorful addition to any dish. This versatile ingredient can be used as a topping for desserts, mixed into salads for a refreshing crunch, or even eaten on its own as a healthy snack. Fruits aux often includes a combination of strawberries, blueberries, raspberries, blackberries, and other seasonal fruits, making it a delightful medley of flavors that are perfect for any occasion. With its vibrant colors and natural sweetness, fruits aux is sure to add a burst of flavor to your favorite meals.

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