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Is huevos de gallinas criadas en el suelo vegan?

Huevos de gallinas criadas en el suelo is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is huevos de gallinas criadas en el suelo?

Huevos de gallinas criadas en el suelo are eggs from hens that are raised on the ground instead of in cages. These free-range hens are allowed to roam and forage for their food, resulting in healthier and happier birds. The eggs they produce are rich and flavorful, with bright yolks that are high in nutrients such as omega-3 fatty acids and vitamin D. By choosing huevos de gallinas criadas en el suelo, you can support ethical and sustainable farming practices while enjoying delicious and nutritious eggs.

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