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Is miel de campagne vegan?

Miel de campagne is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is miel de campagne?

Miel de campagne, or "country honey" in English, is a delicious and aromatic natural sweetener produced by bees that gather nectar from a variety of wildflowers found in the countryside. This artisanal honey boasts a rich amber color and a complex flavor profile with notes of floral, herbal, and earthy undertones. It has a thick and creamy texture that spreads easily on toast, drizzled over yogurt or oatmeal, or used as a glaze for roasted meats. Miel de campagne is not only a tasty addition to any pantry but also offers several potential health benefits such as antioxidant properties and anti-inflammatory effects.

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