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Is raw sugar vegan?

Raw sugar is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is raw sugar?

Raw sugar is a minimally processed sweetener that is derived from sugar cane or sugar beets. It is made by boiling the cane juice or beet juice until it thickens into a dark syrup, which is then dried and broken into granules. Unlike refined white sugar, raw sugar retains some of the natural molasses and minerals found in sugar cane or beets. This gives it a slightly caramel-like flavor and a light brown color. Raw sugar is a popular ingredient in baking, coffee, tea, and other beverages, and is often used as a healthier alternative to refined sugar. Its unique flavor and texture make it a favorite among foodies and health enthusiasts alike.

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