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Is sucre canne brut vegan?

Sucre canne brut is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is sucre canne brut?

Sucre canne brut, also known as raw cane sugar, is a minimally processed sweetener that retains much of the natural flavor and nutrients of sugarcane. Unlike refined sugar, which undergoes multiple rounds of processing, raw cane sugar is made by simply extracting the juice from sugarcane and allowing it to evaporate naturally. The result is a grainy, golden-brown sugar that has a rich, caramel-like flavor with hints of molasses. Raw cane sugar is often used in baking, coffee, and tea, and is a popular alternative to refined sugar for those seeking a more natural, less processed option.

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