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Are sugar syrups vegan?

Sugar syrups is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is sugar syrups?

Sugar syrups are a versatile ingredient commonly used in the food industry for their sweetening and texturizing properties. Made by dissolving granulated sugar in water and then heating the mixture until the sugar fully dissolves, sugar syrups come in various forms such as light, dark, and inverted. They are commonly used in the production of candies, baked goods, and beverages, providing not only sweetness but also moisture and improved shelf life. While high in calories and low in nutrients, sugar syrups are an essential ingredient in many culinary creations, contributing to their flavor, texture, and overall appeal.

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