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Is eieren van hennen met vrije uitloop vegan?

Eieren van hennen met vrije uitloop is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is eieren van hennen met vrije uitloop?

"Eieren van hennen met vrije uitloop" is a food ingredient that literally translates to "eggs from free-range hens." These eggs come from hens that are raised in open fields, allowed to roam freely and forage for their natural diet. This results in eggs that are not only healthier but also taste better due to the hens' varied diet. The hens are not confined to small cages, which promotes a more humane form of animal welfare. Choosing this ingredient ensures that you're getting high-quality eggs that not only taste great but are also produced in an ethical manner.

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