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Is purée de pêches % vegan?

Purée de pêches % is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is purée de pêches %?

Purée de pêches is a delightful ingredient made by blending ripe and juicy peaches into a smooth, velvety texture. This puree has a beautiful bright orange color and a sweet aroma that will tantalize your taste buds. Perfect for adding a burst of natural sweetness and flavor to a wide variety of culinary creations, from sauces and smoothies to cocktails and desserts. The puree is made with only the freshest and highest quality peaches, ensuring that every spoonful is bursting with the goodness of this delectable fruit. It's a versatile and convenient ingredient that will elevate any dish to the next level.

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