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Is miele d'acacia vegan?

Miele d'acacia is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is miele d'acacia?

Miele d'acacia, also known as Acacia honey, is a pale, light-colored honey with a delicate floral aroma and a sweet, mild taste. It is produced from the nectar of the flowers of the black locust tree, which is native to North America and has since been introduced to Europe. The honey is highly sought after for its high fructose content, slow crystallization, and mild flavor. It is commonly used as a natural sweetener in tea, yogurt, and baked goods, as well as in glazes for meats and dressings for salads. Acacia honey is also believed to have several health benefits, including antioxidant and antibacterial properties, making it a popular choice for natural remedies and skincare products.

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