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Are fruktos vegan?

Fruktos is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is fruktos?

Fruktos is a natural sweetener derived from fruits, predominantly apples and pears. It is a type of fructose that is known for its high sweetness level, which is approximately twice as sweet as regular table sugar. Fruktos is often used as a healthy alternative to sugar due to its low glycemic index, making it a great option for individuals with diabetes or those watching their blood sugar levels. Unlike other artificial sweeteners, fruktos is also low in calories and does not cause any adverse effects on the body. With its sweet taste and health benefits, fruktos is becoming an increasingly popular ingredient in various food and beverage products.

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