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Are natural cheese flavors vegan?

Natural cheese flavors is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is natural cheese flavors?

Natural cheese flavors are derived from real cheese and offer a concentrated, authentic taste and aroma that can be used to enhance the flavor of various food products. These flavors can be made from a variety of different cheeses, ranging from mild cheddar to sharp parmesan, and can be used in applications such as sauces, snacks, dips, and seasonings. Depending on the application, natural cheese flavors can be used to add depth and richness to a dish or provide a bold, tangy punch. These flavors are often preferred by consumers who seek more wholesome, natural ingredients in their food products.

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