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Is evaporated cane sugar vegan?

Evaporated cane sugar is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is evaporated cane sugar?

Evaporated cane sugar is a minimally processed sweetener that is made by evaporating the liquid from freshly squeezed sugarcane juice. This process removes impurities and creates a golden-colored, granulated sugar with a rich flavor and subtle molasses notes. Unlike refined white sugar, evaporated cane sugar retains more of its natural nutrients, including calcium, iron, and potassium. It's a popular choice among health-conscious consumers who want to reduce their intake of highly processed sugars while adding a touch of sweetness to their coffee, tea, or baked goods.

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