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Is sucre en morceaux pure canne vegan?

Sucre en morceaux pure canne is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is sucre en morceaux pure canne?

Sucre en morceaux pure canne, also known as pure cane sugar cubes, is a natural sweetener derived from the juice of sugarcane plants. These sugar cubes are made by evaporating the liquid from the sugarcane juice until it crystallizes into solid form. Unlike processed white sugar, pure cane sugar retains some of the natural molasses content from the sugarcane plant, giving it a distinct flavor profile that is both sweet and slightly caramel-like. The small cube shape makes it easy to use and measure, and its unique taste makes it a popular choice for sweetening beverages and baked goods.

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