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Is zuccheri di canna vegan?

Zuccheri di canna is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is zuccheri di canna?

Zuccheri di canna, also known as cane sugar, is a natural sweetener derived from the sugar cane plant. Unlike refined white sugar, zuccheri di canna is minimally processed, which means it retains more of its natural nutrients and molasses content. This gives it a distinctive brown color and a rich, caramel-like flavor. Zuccheri di canna is commonly used in baking and cooking, and can be substituted for white sugar in most recipes. It is also a popular choice for sweetening coffee and tea, and can be found in many health food stores as an alternative to refined sugar.

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