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Is eider down vegan?

Eider down is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is eider down?

Eider down is a luxurious and rare type of insulation material obtained from the softest feathers of the eider duck. This material is prized for its exceptional warmth and lightweight properties, making it a popular choice for high-end bedding and clothing. Eider down is particularly sought after due to its unique composition of long, wispy fibers that create an incredibly lofty and fluffy texture. As a result, eider down provides unparalleled insulation and breathability, allowing it to regulate body temperature and ensure a comfortable night's sleep. Its rarity and high quality make it a coveted ingredient in the world of luxury textiles.

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