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Is %tapioca syrup vegan?

%tapioca syrup is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is %tapioca syrup?

Tapioca syrup is a natural sweetener that's derived from the cassava root. It's an excellent alternative to traditional sweeteners, such as sugar or high fructose corn syrup, and has a lower glycemic index. The syrup is created by boiling down the starchy liquid extracted from the cassava root until it thickens into a syrupy consistency. Tapioca syrup is commonly used in many food products, including baked goods, energy bars, and beverages. It adds a subtle sweetness and can enhance other flavors without overpowering them. Plus, it's vegan-friendly and gluten-free, making it a versatile ingredient for all dietary needs.

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