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Is cáne sugar vegan?

Cáne sugar is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is cáne sugar?

Cane sugar, also known as sucrose, is a natural sweetener derived from sugarcane plants. The process involves extracting the juice from the sugarcane, clarifying it and then heating it to create crystals. Cane sugar has a pleasant caramel flavor and is commonly used in baking, beverages and various food products. It provides a quick source of energy and can be a healthier alternative to artificial sweeteners. Cane sugar can vary in color from light golden to dark brown, depending on the degree of processing. It's important to consume cane sugar in moderation as excessive intake may lead to health problems such as obesity and diabetes.

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