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Is vegetabiliska fetter vegan?

Vegetabiliska fetter is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is vegetabiliska fetter?

"Vegetabiliska fetter" is a Swedish term that translates to "vegetable fats" in English. It is a commonly used food ingredient that refers to plant-based fats derived from sources such as palm, coconut, and rapeseed oil. These fats are used in a wide range of food products, including margarine, baked goods, and snacks. Vegetabiliska fetter are often preferred over animal-based fats because they are free from cholesterol and contain a healthier balance of fatty acids. They are also more sustainable and environmentally friendly, making them a popular choice for conscious consumers.

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