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Is pur sucre de canne complet vegan?

Pur sucre de canne complet is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is pur sucre de canne complet?

Pur sucre de canne complet, or pure whole cane sugar, is a natural sweetener that is minimally processed, allowing it to retain its natural molasses content and distinctive caramel color. This unrefined sugar is produced from sugarcane juice that is boiled and evaporated to form golden crystals. Unlike refined sugars, pur sucre de canne complet contains essential vitamins and minerals like iron, calcium, and potassium, making it a healthier alternative. Its rich and complex flavor profile is perfect for adding depth and sweetness to baked goods, beverages, and savory dishes.

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