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Are a flavours vegan?

A flavours is potentially vegan - it can be derived from plants or animals. You should ask the manufacturer for more details.

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So, what is a flavours?

"A flavours" is a versatile food ingredient that adds a unique taste to any dish. This all-natural ingredient is sourced from a variety of herbs and spices, and its complex blend of flavors offers a savory and aromatic profile that's perfect for seasoning meat, poultry, vegetables, and sauces. A flavours' versatility lies in its ability to enhance the taste of other ingredients while also standing on its own as a primary seasoning. Whether used in marinades, rubs, or sprinkled onto finished dishes, "a flavours" is sure to elevate any meal with its bold and complex taste.

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