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Is unsweetened soy milk vegan?

Unsweetened soy milk is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is unsweetened soy milk?

Unsweetened soy milk is a non-dairy, plant-based alternative to traditional cow's milk. Made from whole soybeans, it is rich in protein and contains no lactose or cholesterol. It has a smooth texture and creamy taste that is perfect for adding to coffee, cereal, or smoothies. Unlike sweetened varieties, unsweetened soy milk is free from added sugar, making it an excellent choice for those looking to reduce their overall sugar intake. Additionally, it is often fortified with vitamins and minerals, such as calcium and vitamin D, making it a nutritious choice for individuals following a vegan or dairy-free diet.

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