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Are cheese snackable wedges vegan?

Cheese snackable wedges is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is cheese snackable wedges?

Cheese snackable wedges are bite-sized pieces of flavorful cheese that are perfect for snacking. These wedges are made from high-quality cheese, which is carefully crafted to ensure a rich and delicious taste. Each wedge is designed to be easy to hold and eat, making them the perfect addition to any party or gathering. These snackable wedges are versatile and can be enjoyed on their own or paired with other snacks and dips. With their irresistible flavor and convenient size, cheese snackable wedges are sure to become a favorite snack for cheese lovers of all ages.

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