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Is mandarin orange pulp vegan?

Mandarin orange pulp is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is mandarin orange pulp?

Mandarin orange pulp is a soft, juicy and vibrant ingredient that adds a burst of refreshing flavor to any dish. It is extracted from the flesh of mandarin oranges, which are small, citrus fruits with a sweet and tangy taste. Mandarin orange pulp is rich in vitamin C and antioxidants, making it a nutritious addition to smoothies, salads, desserts, and cocktails. Its bright orange color adds a pop of color to any dish, making it a popular choice for garnishing and decorating plates. Mandarin orange pulp can be used as a substitute for orange juice or zest, bringing a distinct citrusy taste to recipes.

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