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Is natuurlijk citroenaroma vegan?

Natuurlijk citroenaroma is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is natuurlijk citroenaroma?

"Natuurlijk citroenaroma" is a natural flavoring ingredient derived from lemon, which is used to enhance the taste and aroma of various food products. The term "natuurlijk" is Dutch for "natural," indicating that the flavor is derived from natural sources rather than artificial ones. This aroma is commonly used in beverages, desserts, and baked goods to add a zesty, citrusy flavor that tantalizes the taste buds. The refreshing and tangy aroma of lemon makes it a popular choice among food manufacturers who want to add a touch of sophistication and natural freshness to their products.

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