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What is a Pescatarian Diet?

A pescatarian diet is an eating plan that removes all foods containing meat or poultry. Those who choose to be pescatarian do so for a variety of reasons. Some may choose to add fish to a vegetarian diet for the added heart-health benefits, while others may wish to minimize their environmental impact. For the rest, it might be simply a matter of taste. Eating pescatarian may lead to improved health outcomes including a lower risk of obesity and chronic diseases like heart disease and diabetes.

Roman Cheese Roman Meat Lasagna Topped with Mozzarella Cheese

This product lists

4 ingredients

that are not pescatarian and

2 ingredients

that may not be pescatarian.

Ingredients

Tomatoes (May Contain Calcium Chloride, Citric Acid), Water, Canola Oil, Carrots, Salt, Onion, Celery, Romano Cheese (Sheep's Milk, Bacterial Culture, Rennet, Salt), Parmesan Cheese (Milk, Bacterial Culture, Salt, Rennet, Pesin, Microbial Enzyme, Calcium Chloride, Lipase), Garlic (Garlic, Canola Oil, Citric Acid), Parsley, Black Pepper, Noodles: Durum Semolina, Eggs, Meat: Beef, Pork, Onions, Black Pepper, Garlic Powder, Nutmeg, Topping: Mozzarella Cheese (Partly Skimmed Milk, Bacterial Culture, Calcium Chloride, Microbial Enzyme, Salt), Contains: Wheat, Milk, Eggs

Allergens

Calcium Chloride, Citric Acid), Water, Canola Oil, Carrots, Salt, Onion, Celery, Romano Cheese (Sheep's Milk, Bacterial Culture, Rennet, Salt), Parmesan Cheese (Milk, Bacterial Culture, Salt, Rennet, Pesin, Microbial Enzyme, Calcium Chloride, Lipase), Garlic (Garlic, Canola Oil, Citric Acid), Parsley, Black Pepper, Noodles: Durum Semolina, Eggs, Meat: Beef, Pork, Onions, Black Pepper, Garlic Powder, Nutmeg, Topping: Mozzarella Cheese (Partly Skimmed Milk, Bacterial Culture, Calcium Chloride, Microbial Enzyme, Salt), Wheat, Milk, Eggs