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Is sugar cane vegan?

Sugar cane is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is sugar cane?

Sugar cane is a tall, perennial grass that is native to tropical regions. It is primarily grown for its sweet sap, which is extracted from the stalks and used to make sugar and other sweeteners. Sugar cane is rich in natural sugars, and has a unique flavor profile that is both sweet and slightly earthy. In addition to its use as a sweetener, sugar cane is also used in the production of rum and other alcoholic beverages, as well as in various traditional medicines. This versatile and flavorful ingredient is a staple in many cuisines around the world, and is an essential component of many beloved dishes and desserts.

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