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Is sucre pure de canne vegan?

Sucre pure de canne is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is sucre pure de canne?

Sucre pure de canne, also known as pure cane sugar, is a natural sweetener that is derived from sugarcane. It has a golden-brown color and a distinctive molasses-like flavor that sets it apart from regular white sugar. Unlike refined sugar, which goes through a process that strips it of its natural minerals and nutrients, pure cane sugar is minimally processed, which helps to retain some of its natural vitamins and minerals. It can be used as a substitute for white sugar in baking, cooking, or sweetening beverages, and it is often preferred by those who prefer a more natural and wholesome diet.

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