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Is zaharuri vegan?

Zaharuri is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is zaharuri?

Zaharuri is a type of natural sweetener that is gaining popularity as a healthier alternative to refined sugar. It is made by extracting the sap from certain types of trees, which is then boiled down into a thick syrup. Zaharuri has a unique, caramel-like flavor that pairs well with a variety of foods and drinks. Unlike refined sugar, zaharuri contains trace amounts of minerals and antioxidants, making it a more nutritious option. It is also lower on the glycemic index, meaning it won't cause spikes in blood sugar levels. Zaharuri can be used in a variety of recipes, from baked goods to cocktails, to add a touch of natural sweetness.

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