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Is sucre non-raffine vegan?

Sucre non-raffine is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is sucre non-raffine?

Sucre non-raffiné, also known as unrefined sugar, is a type of sweetener that has not gone through the same refining process as traditional white sugar. Unlike white sugar, which is heavily processed and stripped of its natural molasses content, unrefined sugar retains much of its natural minerals and nutrients. This gives it a unique flavor profile, often described as caramel-like or slightly nutty. Unrefined sugar can be used in a variety of recipes, from baked goods to beverages, and is often considered a healthier alternative to processed sugar due to its more natural composition.

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