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Is raisin rouge vegan?

Raisin rouge is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is raisin rouge?

Raisin rouge, also known as red raisins, are plump, juicy grapes that have been dried naturally under the sun until they turn a deep red color. These small, wrinkled fruits have a distinctive, sweet flavor with a hint of tartness that adds depth to baked goods, salads, and trail mixes. Raisin rouge is a great source of dietary fiber, vitamins, and minerals, including potassium and iron. They are also a low-fat, low-calorie alternative to sugary snacks, making them a popular choice for health-conscious individuals looking for a nutritious and flavorful snack. Add some raisin rouge to your next recipe for a burst of color and flavor!.

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