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Is sucre roux canne vegan?

Sucre roux canne is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is sucre roux canne?

Sucre roux canne, also known as "raw cane sugar," is a minimally processed sweetener made from the juice of sugarcane. This golden-brown sugar retains a natural molasses flavor and slightly moist texture, making it a popular choice for baking and cooking. Unlike refined white sugar, which is stripped of all nutrients, sucre roux canne contains small amounts of vitamins and minerals like calcium, iron, and potassium. Its unique flavor profile pairs well with warm spices like cinnamon and ginger, and it's often used in desserts like cookies, cakes, and crumbles. Add a touch of natural sweetness to your dishes with sucre roux canne.

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