Is Linoleic Vegan?

An essential fatty acid. Used in cosmetics, vitamins.

Banned - Not acceptable for diet/lifestyle.

Never Vegan

Foods with ingredients that contain linoleic
CHEESE RICOTTA & ROMANO TORTELLINI, CHEESE

May not be Vegan

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  • Cheese - Most likely dairy based. Some forms are plant based and should be clearly labeled if true.
  • Milk - Not vegan if derived from an animal. Check the ingredients.
  • Whey - The watery part of milk that remains after the formation of curds.
  • Linoleic - An essential fatty acid. Used in cosmetics, vitamins.
  • Eggs - This product contains egg in one form or another. Not vegan friendly.
  • Ferrous - Coloring - May be derived from animal source.
  • Oleic - Fatty acid occurring in animal and vegetable fats.
  • Riboflavin - May contain milk.
  • Niacin - Used as a cholesterol treatment. In rare cases it can be derived from animal sources.

Possibly Vegetarian

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  • Oleic - Fatty acid occurring in animal and vegetable fats.

May not be Gluten Free

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  • Wheat - Wheat includes gluten. Check the ingredients if gluten-free is not on the label.
  • Semolina - Variety or derivative of wheat. Check the ingredients if gluten-free is not on the label.
  • Eggs - May contain gluten if used as an ingredient. Some foods add wheat based batter to eggs.

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