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Is acúcar de cana vegan?

Acúcar de cana is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is acúcar de cana?

Acúcar de cana, also known as cane sugar, is a natural sweetener derived from sugarcane plants. Unlike refined white sugar, cane sugar retains some of its natural molasses content, which gives it a distinct caramel-like flavor and a hint of color. It is commonly used in baking, beverages, and desserts to add sweetness and depth of flavor. Cane sugar is often favored by those who prefer minimally processed and more natural sweeteners, as it undergoes minimal refining and retains some of its original nutritional content. Its unique flavor and health benefits make it a popular choice for health-conscious and environmentally conscious consumers.

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