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Is invert cane syrup vegan?

Invert cane syrup is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is invert cane syrup?

Invert cane syrup is a thick, amber-colored liquid sweetener made by breaking down sucrose (table sugar) into its two constituent parts, glucose and fructose. This process creates a syrup that is sweeter and more viscous than regular sugar, making it a popular ingredient in a variety of baked goods and confections. Unlike corn syrup, invert cane syrup is derived from natural sources, and is often preferred by bakers looking for a more complex, molasses-like flavor. Its high sugar content makes it an excellent preservative, and it can help improve the texture and shelf life of products like cookies, cakes, and candy.

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