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Is sucre de canne non-raffiné vegan?

Sucre de canne non-raffiné is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is sucre de canne non-raffiné?

Sucre de canne non-raffiné, also known as unrefined cane sugar, is a natural sweetener derived from the sugarcane plant. Unlike refined sugar, which undergoes a chemical process to remove impurities, non-raffiné sucre de canne retains its natural molasses and caramel-like flavor, as well as essential minerals and nutrients. With its golden color and rich taste, non-raffiné sucre de canne is a popular ingredient in baking, cooking, and beverage-making. It adds depth and complexity to dishes, while also providing a healthier alternative to highly processed sweeteners.

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