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Is wildflower-honey vegan?

Wildflower-honey is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is wildflower-honey?

Wildflower-honey is a natural sweetener that's harvested from nectar collected by bees from various wildflowers. It has a unique flavor profile that varies depending on the types of flowers in the surrounding environment. This results in a range of color and taste, from light and mild to dark and robust. Wildflower-honey is packed with antioxidants, enzymes, and nutrients that provide numerous health benefits. It's great for use in cooking, baking, and as a topping for toast or yogurt. This pure and unprocessed honey is a delicious way to support local beekeepers and enjoy a taste of nature.

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