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Is kasvistiiviste vegan?

Kasvistiiviste is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is kasvistiiviste?

Kasvistiiviste is a Finnish food ingredient that translates to "plant extract" in English. It is a concentrated liquid derived from various plant sources and is commonly used as a natural flavoring agent in foods and beverages. Kasvistiiviste is known for its intense flavor profile and versatility, making it a popular choice among chefs and food manufacturers. This extract contains a high concentration of plant compounds, including antioxidants and phytonutrients, which offer numerous health benefits. Kasvistiiviste is a great option for those looking for a natural and flavorful way to enhance their food and drinks.

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