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Is meloun vegan?

Meloun is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is meloun?

Meloun, also known as muskmelon or cantaloupe, is a fruit native to Iran, India, and Africa. Its sweet and juicy flesh is rich in vitamin C, beta-carotene, and potassium. The outer skin of the meloun is covered in a unique netted pattern, which gives it an attractive appearance. This versatile fruit can be eaten fresh, used in salads or smoothies, or even grilled for a unique flavor. In addition to its delicious taste, meloun also offers many health benefits, including improved digestion, hydration, and antioxidant support. Whether you're looking for a refreshing snack or a nutritious ingredient, meloun is a great choice.

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