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Is poudre acérola vegan?

Poudre acérola is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is poudre acérola?

Poudre acérola, also known as acerola powder, is a natural ingredient derived from the acerola cherry fruit. This small, bright red fruit is a rich source of vitamin C and is often used in supplements and functional foods for its high antioxidant content. The poudre acérola is made by carefully drying and grinding the fruit to a fine powder, making it easy to incorporate into a variety of recipes. It has a tangy, slightly sweet flavor that can add a burst of fruity goodness to smoothies, baked goods, and other dishes. Poudre acérola is a popular choice for those looking to boost their immune system and support overall health.

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