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Are luncheon meats vegan?

Luncheon meats is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is luncheon meats?

Luncheon meats are a type of pre-cooked and processed meat that is often sliced and used as a sandwich filling or served as a cold cut. These meats can be made from a variety of different types of animal proteins, such as beef, pork, chicken, and turkey, and are usually seasoned with spices and additives to enhance flavor and extend shelf life. While some types of luncheon meats are considered healthier than others, they are generally high in sodium and preservatives, making them a less-than-ideal choice for frequent consumption. However, when enjoyed in moderation, luncheon meats can be a convenient and tasty addition to a meal or.

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