Is Coffee Vegan?

Hello. I have a question about coffee. Is coffee vegan? I have seen the word “Vegan” on the back of some coffee cans but the can also says “Made with Organic Coffee Beans” so I am not sure if that means it is vegan. Can someone please help me out here?

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    Yes. Most of the caffeine in coffee is derived from the beans used to make coffee rather than from the green coffee bean extract that some people add to their beverages.

    You can get your caffeine fix without the need for caffeine supplements or other non-vegan alternatives. There are many ways to enjoy a cup of coffee and stay on the vegan path.

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    Yes. Caffeine is a naturally occurring substance found in coffee and tea. It is extracted from the bean of the plant Coffea arabica. You can also get caffeine from tea, but there are many more types of tea and you have to know exactly what kind you’re consuming. Some are caffeine-free, while others are just low-caffeine teas that contain very little caffeine.

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    Yes, but probably except Kopi luwak 🙂

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    Many people think that coffee is an animal product because of the way it’s made, but the truth is that it’s made from ground up beans. There’s actually very little animal products in the making of coffee. The only animal product that appears is the milk that’s added to some types of coffee to keep it from being bitter. So, yes, coffee can be considered vegan.

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