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Is le cyclamate vegan?

Le cyclamate is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is le cyclamate?

Le cyclamate is a non-caloric artificial sweetener that is approximately 30 times sweeter than sugar. It is often used as a sugar substitute in a variety of food and beverage products, including soft drinks, baked goods, and desserts. Despite its popularity, the use of cyclamate has been banned in some countries due to health concerns. However, in other countries, it is still approved for use in small amounts. Le cyclamate is known for its ability to enhance flavors and provide a sweet taste without the calories, making it a popular choice for individuals who want to maintain a healthy lifestyle without compromising on taste.

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