Yes! Vegans Can Drink Bio Coffee
If you are a vegan, know any vegans or are even the slightest bit interested in veganism, you will be happy to know that Bio Coffee is a suitable product for vegans. Bio Coffee is made of four ingredients. The first is highest quality Arabica Instant Coffee created from organic Arabica coffee beans that have been through a prime washing process. Bio Coffee contains a non-dairy creamer (glucose syrup from tapioca starch & vegetable fat from palm kernel)
What Goes into Bio Coffee?
This tasty blend was created with a certain audience in mind: those who desire to achieve and maintain peak health. Bio Coffee is completely organic, alkaline and chock full of fiber as well as key minerals and vitamins. There is absolutely no dairy or animal by-products in Bio Coffee. This is the healthy coffee alternative that the market has been missing for centuries.
Bio Coffee is Vegan, Healthy and Convenient
Too many people resort to drinking traditional cups of coffee because it is convenient, energizing and familiar to the taste buds. The masses splash dairy creamer into their coffee along with spoons full of sugar without a second thought. Neither is necessary with Bio Coffee. It has a non-dairy creamer built right in so that you don't have to worry about preparing the coffee in just the right way. Bio Coffee is ready to go as soon as you are. It even comes pre-packaged in single sachets so that you can pick them up on the go while in a rush to get to work or drop your kids off at school.
The Rise of Veganism
Part of the reason why we went to great lengths to include all vegan ingredients in Bio Coffee is the fact that veganism is gradually spilling over into the mainstream. While vegans used to be viewed as hippies, they are now becoming much more commonplace. Plenty of individuals who are diagnosed with cancer and other maladies adopt a vegan diet in hopes of reversing the illness' course. Many others are adopting the vegan lifestyle at a young age simply because it is extremely healthy and, to many, a moral way to eat.
The term “vegan” wasn't used until 1944 when it was coined by Donald Watson, but veganism has exploded in popularity during the 70 years that passed. Aside from sparing animals significant pain and pointless lives, veganism reduces the risk of all sorts of chronic diseases. Food researchers have uncovered a slew of negative information about meat and dairy products over the past half-decade. Many argue that meat contains weak proteins compared to beans. The main benefit of dairy is calcium and that can be obtained through fruits and vegetables. From the vegan point of view, there is no sense in killing an animal when the same nutritional content can be obtained from other foods.
Bio Coffee: An Energizing Drink for Vegans and Non-Vegans Alike
If you are a vegan, you can drink Bio Coffee without reservation. No animals are involved in Bio Coffee's creation in any way. This is the healthy, organic and vegan coffee substitute that you have been waiting for.