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Is latte fresco vegan?

Latte fresco is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is latte fresco?

Latte fresco, or fresh milk in Italian, is a key ingredient in creating the perfect coffee drink. This creamy, unprocessed milk comes straight from the farm and has not undergone any homogenization or pasteurization processes, making it a healthier alternative to regular milk. With its rich texture and full-bodied flavor, Latte fresco adds an indulgent touch to any beverage or dish, from frothy cappuccinos to light and fluffy pancakes. Its natural sweetness balances out the acidity of coffee and provides a smooth finish that lingers on the palate. Try Latte fresco today for a true taste of authentic Italian coffee culture.

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