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Is cane juice vegan?

Cane juice is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is cane juice?

Cane juice is a natural sweetener derived from the sugarcane plant. It is extracted by crushing the sugarcane stalks, which releases a sweet liquid that is then filtered to remove any impurities. Cane juice has a rich, golden-brown color and a deliciously sweet flavor that is often used in baking and cooking. It is a healthier alternative to refined sugar as it retains some of the nutrients present in the sugarcane plant, including iron, calcium, and potassium. Cane juice is a versatile ingredient that can be used to sweeten beverages, sauces, and marinades, or even added to smoothies and cocktails for a tropical twist.

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