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Are to a sugars vegan?

To a sugars is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is to a sugars?

Trehalose is a type of sugar that occurs naturally in certain organisms such as mushrooms, honey, and baker's yeast. It is a disaccharide made up of two glucose molecules, connected in a unique way that gives it its distinct properties. Trehalose has gained popularity as a food ingredient due to its ability to improve the texture and flavor of various products. It is also known for its ability to protect cells from various stresses, making it a promising ingredient in the development of functional foods. In addition, trehalose is non-reducing and non-cariogenic, making it a safer alternative to traditional sugars.

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