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Is penaeus vannamei vegan?

Penaeus vannamei is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is penaeus vannamei?

Penaeus vannamei, also known as whiteleg shrimp, is a species of shrimp widely used in the food industry. This type of shrimp is native to the Pacific coast of Mexico and Central and South America. With its sweet and delicate flavor, Penaeus vannamei is a popular ingredient in a variety of dishes, such as sushi, ceviche, and stir-fries. It is also valued for its high protein content, low fat, and abundance of essential nutrients, making it a healthy choice for those looking to maintain a balanced diet. Whether grilled, boiled, or fried, Penaeus vannamei adds a delicious and nutritious touch to any meal.

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