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Is sucre de canné roux vegan?

Sucre de canné roux is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is sucre de canné roux?

Sucre de canne roux, also known as brown cane sugar, is a natural sweetener made from the juice of the sugarcane plant. It has a rich, caramel-like flavor with a slightly molasses undertone that adds depth to baked goods, coffee, and tea. Unlike refined white sugar, brown cane sugar retains more of the natural minerals and nutrients found in sugarcane, making it a better option for health-conscious consumers. Its coarse texture and warm color make it an attractive garnish for desserts and beverages. Sucre de canne roux is a versatile ingredient that can enhance the flavor profile of any dish or drink.

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