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Is sucre de canne'blond vegan?

Sucre de canne'blond is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is sucre de canne'blond?

Sucré de canne blond, also known as "blonde cane sugar," is a natural sweetener made from evaporated sugarcane juice. Unlike refined white sugar, sucré de canne blond retains its natural color and caramel-like flavor, making it an ideal ingredient for enhancing the taste of baked goods, coffee, and tea. This unrefined sugar is also a healthier alternative to white sugar, as it contains trace amounts of vitamins and minerals, such as calcium and iron. Its delicate texture and rich flavor make sucré de canne blond a popular choice among chefs and bakers who value the quality and authenticity of their ingredients.

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