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Is natural coconut water vegan?

Natural coconut water is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is natural coconut water?

Natural coconut water is a refreshing and hydrating beverage that is extracted straight from the center of young green coconuts. It's a clear and slightly sweet liquid that's naturally rich in electrolytes, vitamins, and minerals, making it an ideal choice for replenishing your body's fluids after exercise or a hot day in the sun. It's also low in calories and sugar, making it a healthier alternative to sugary sports drinks or soda. With its delicate nutty flavor and smooth texture, natural coconut water can be enjoyed on its own or used as a base for tropical smoothies and cocktails.

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