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Is fruchtzucker vegan?

Fruchtzucker is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is fruchtzucker?

Fruchtzucker, also known as fruit sugar or levulose, is a natural sweetener that is commonly found in many fruits and honey. It is a monosaccharide, meaning it is a simple sugar that can be easily absorbed by the body for energy. Fruchtzucker is about 1.2 times sweeter than regular table sugar, making it a popular alternative for those looking to reduce their sugar intake without sacrificing sweetness. It also has a lower glycemic index than regular sugar, which means it doesn't cause as much of a spike in blood sugar levels. Fruchtzucker is often used in the food industry to sweeten products like baked goods, cereals, and beverages.

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