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Is ei aus bodenhaltung vegan?

Ei aus bodenhaltung is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is ei aus bodenhaltung?

"Ei aus Bodenhaltung" is a German term that refers to eggs produced by hens that are allowed to roam freely outdoors, as opposed to being confined to cages. These hens have access to grass, insects, and sunlight, which results in healthier, more nutritious eggs. The yolks of these eggs are typically darker and richer in flavor than eggs from caged hens. Not only are these eggs better for the welfare of the hens, but also for the environment, as they are produced using more sustainable farming practices. Choosing "ei aus Bodenhaltung" is a conscious decision that supports animal welfare and sustainable agriculture.

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