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Is sucre du lait vegan?

Sucre du lait is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is sucre du lait?

Sucre du lait, also known as milk sugar or lactose, is a natural sweetener derived from milk. It is a fine, white powder with a sweet taste that is slightly less sweet than regular table sugar. Sucre du lait is often used as a substitute for sugar in baking and cooking, as well as in the production of confectionery and dairy products. It is also a common ingredient in baby formula and other nutritional products. Sucre du lait is a great source of energy and provides numerous health benefits, including aiding in the absorption of calcium and supporting the growth of beneficial gut bacteria.

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