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Is > sucre vegan?

> sucre is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is > sucre?

Sucre is a French term for sugar, a common ingredient in many food products. It is a crystalline substance that adds sweetness and texture to dishes. Sucre is derived from various sources such as sugarcane, sugar beet or corn. It comes in different forms, including granulated, powdered, brown, and liquid. While it is primarily used to sweeten foods, sucre also serves other purposes such as preserving and tenderizing meats. However, excessive consumption of sucre has been linked to numerous health problems, including obesity and diabetes, so it's advised to use it in moderation as part of a balanced diet.

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