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Is fruktoosi vegan?

Fruktoosi is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is fruktoosi?

Fruktoosi is a natural sweetener that is commonly found in fruits, honey, and some vegetables. It is a type of simple sugar that is also known as fructose or fruit sugar. Unlike regular sugar, fruktoosi has a lower glycemic index, making it a popular alternative for people with diabetes or those watching their blood sugar levels. Fruktoosi is about 1.2 times sweeter than regular sugar, so a smaller amount is needed to achieve the same level of sweetness. It is often used in a variety of food products, including baked goods, beverages, and snacks, to provide a sweet taste without the added calories of regular sugar.

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