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Is ! eier aus bodenhaltung vegan?

! eier aus bodenhaltung is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is ! eier aus bodenhaltung?

"Eier aus Bodenhaltung" is a German term for eggs produced by hens that are raised on the floor instead of being confined to cages. Eggs from free-range hens are becoming increasingly popular due to growing concerns about animal welfare and the impact of industrial farming on the environment. Bodenhaltung eggs are laid by chickens that have access to outdoor areas, where they can move around freely and engage in natural behaviors such as pecking, scratching, and dust bathing. These eggs tend to be richer in flavor and nutrients than their factory-farmed counterparts, making them a healthier and more ethical choice for conscientious consumers.

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