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Are there any Animal by-products in Tim Hortons baked goods?

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Are there any Animal by-products in Tim Hortons baked goods?

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The following Tim Hortons baked goods have been produced without the use of animal fats and by-products (including gelatin and rennet). Please note these products may contain milk or egg. . Donuts & Timbits . Danishes & Croissants (excluding Cheese) . Muffins . Tea biscuits (excluding Ham & cheese) . Cookies . Bagels In addition: . All donuts are cooked in 100% vegetable based fats . All donut glaze is completely vegetable based . All L-cysteine is from a synthetic source . The mono- and diglycerides of all Tim Hortons products are vegetable based. If you require any further nutrition or allergen information, please call our customer service line at 1-888-601-1616 (Monday to Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Eastern Standard Time).

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