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Is orange à jus vegan?

Orange à jus is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is orange à jus?

Orange à jus, also known as juice oranges, are a popular variety of oranges that are specifically grown for their juice. They have a bright, deep orange color and are slightly smaller than other types of oranges. The flesh of the orange is juicy and has a sweet-tart flavor that is ideal for making fresh orange juice or using in cooking and baking. Rich in vitamin C, oranges à jus are a healthy and delicious addition to any recipe, adding a burst of citrus flavor and nutritional benefits. They are also a popular snack and a refreshing drink when squeezed into a glass.

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