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Is graisses de palmé vegan?

Graisses de palmé is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is graisses de palmé?

Graisses de palmé, or palm oil, is a versatile and widely used ingredient in the food industry. Extracted from the fruit of the oil palm tree, it has a rich, buttery flavor and a smooth texture that make it perfect for cooking, baking, and frying. It's also a popular ingredient in many packaged foods, as it helps to extend shelf life and maintain product consistency. However, concerns have been raised about the environmental impact of palm oil production, which has led to efforts to promote sustainable sourcing and reduce deforestation. As a result, many consumers are seeking out products that use certified sustainable palm oil, or avoiding it altogether.

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