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Is œufs d'élevage en plein air vegan?

Œufs d'élevage en plein air is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is œufs d'élevage en plein air?

"Œufs d'élevage en plein air" is a French term that refers to eggs produced from free-range hens. These hens are allowed to roam outdoors, peck for food, and bathe in the sun, which results in healthier and tastier eggs. The eggs are rich in protein, vitamins, and minerals, making them a great addition to any meal. The hens are raised without the use of antibiotics or hormones, resulting in an environmentally sustainable and ethical product. These eggs are perfect for health-conscious individuals who care about animal welfare and want to support sustainable agriculture.

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