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Is dextroses de blé vegan?

Dextroses de blé is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is dextroses de blé?

Dextroses de blé, also known as wheat dextrose, is a natural sweetener that is derived from wheat starch. This simple sugar is commonly used in food and beverage manufacturing as a sweetening agent, as well as a bulking and texturizing agent. Dextroses de blé is a crystalline powder with a clean, sweet taste that is similar to regular sugar but with a slightly lower glycemic index. It is often used in sports nutrition products and energy drinks to provide a quick source of energy. Additionally, dextroses de blé is gluten-free and vegan-friendly, making it a versatile ingredient for a variety of dietary needs.

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