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Is zumo de acerola vegan?

Zumo de acerola is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is zumo de acerola?

Zumo de acerola, also known as acerola juice, is a bright and tangy juice made from the acerola cherry fruit, which is native to tropical regions of the Americas. This juice is rich in vitamin C, antioxidants, and other beneficial nutrients that support overall health and wellness. The acerola cherry is known for its tart and slightly sweet flavor, making the juice a refreshing and flavorful beverage on its own or as a base for smoothies and other drinks. Zumo de acerola is a popular ingredient in Latin American and Caribbean cuisine, and its health benefits make it a sought-after ingredient in health and wellness circles around the world.

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