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Is vollei aus bodenhaltung vegan?

Vollei aus bodenhaltung is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is vollei aus bodenhaltung?

Vollei aus Bodenhaltung is a German term that refers to eggs from free-range chickens that are allowed to roam freely on the ground. These chickens have access to outdoor areas where they can explore, dust bathe, and forage for insects and plants. The eggs produced by these chickens are known for their high quality and nutritional value, as they are rich in protein, vitamins, and minerals. Compared to eggs from caged animals, vollei aus Bodenhaltung is considered to be healthier and more ethical, as it allows the birds to live in a natural and humane environment.

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