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Is natürliches mineralwasser volvic vegan?

Natürliches mineralwasser volvic is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is natürliches mineralwasser volvic?

Volvic natural mineral water is sourced from the heart of the Auvergne region in France, where it is filtered through six layers of volcanic rock. The result is a perfectly balanced and pure water, rich in minerals and electrolytes. The unique composition of Volvic's natural mineral water makes it a refreshing and healthy choice for hydration. Its crisp taste and low mineral content make it a popular choice for those who prefer a smoother, less mineral-rich water. Volvic natural mineral water is also a sustainable choice, as the water is carefully preserved and bottled in eco-friendly packaging.

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