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Are yaourts brassés sucrés vegan?

Yaourts brassés sucrés is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is yaourts brassés sucrés?

Yaourts brassés sucrés are a delicious and creamy French-style yogurt that has been sweetened with sugar. This type of yogurt is made by combining high-quality milk, cream, and cultures to produce a smooth and velvety texture. The addition of sugar adds a pleasant sweetness to the yogurt, making it a popular choice for breakfast or as a healthy snack. Yaourts brassés sucrés can be enjoyed on their own or mixed with fresh fruit, granola, or honey for added flavor and nutrition. With their rich taste and thick consistency, these yogurts are a great source of protein and calcium, perfect for any time of day.

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