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Is northern shrimp vegan?

Northern shrimp is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is northern shrimp?

Northern shrimp, also known as pandalus borealis, are a small yet flavourful crustacean that inhabit cold waters of the Atlantic and Pacific oceans. With a slightly sweet taste and delicate texture, these shrimp are often used in various dishes such as salads, pasta, and soups. Their unique pink colour and distinctive taste make them a favourite among seafood lovers. Northern shrimp are also a great source of protein, vitamins, and minerals, making them a healthy addition to any diet. Whether it's cooked, grilled or sautéed, northern shrimp is a versatile ingredient that adds a burst of flavour to any meal.

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