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Is quellwasser vegan?

Quellwasser is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is quellwasser?

Quellwasser is a German term that refers to natural spring water. This type of water is sourced from underground springs and is known for its purity and refreshing taste. Quellwasser is rich in minerals and nutrients, which are naturally occurring and are not added during the bottling process. Due to its natural filtration process, quellwasser has a unique and distinct taste compared to other types of bottled water. It is often preferred by health-conscious consumers as a healthier alternative to tap water or other types of bottled water. Quellwasser is also often used in cooking and baking to enhance the flavor and nutritional value of various dishes.

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