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Is viandes séparées mécaniquement de porc vegan?

Viandes séparées mécaniquement de porc is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is viandes séparées mécaniquement de porc?

"Viandes séparées mécaniquement de porc" is a processed meat product made from pork. It involves using high-pressure machines to separate the remaining lean meat from pork carcasses after the primary cuts have been removed. While it may be cost-effective, some consumers are hesitant to consume this mechanically separated meat due to concerns about its potential health risks and negative impact on animal welfare. Despite this, it remains a common ingredient in many processed meat products such as hot dogs, sausages, and lunch meats.

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