Is it Pescatarian? Pf Changs Sauces Kung Pao

Is it Pescatarian? Pf Changs Sauces Kung Pao
Compliant

This product containsthat are not pescatarian andthat may not be pescatarian.

Ingredients

Water, sugar, soy sauce (water, wheat, soybeans, salt, ethyl alcohol), distilled vinegar, corn starch, white wine, less than 2% of: salt, chili bean sauce (salted chili peppers [chili peppers, salt], water, fermented soybean paste [water, salt, soybeans, wheat flour], fermented broad bean paste [broad beans, water, salt, wheat flour], sugar, modified corn starch, chili pepper powder, dehydrated garlic, soybean oil, lactic acid, disodium inosinate and disodium guanylate), oyster sauce (water, sugar, salt, oyster extractives [oyster, water, salt], modified corn starch, caramel color), apple juice concentrate, garlic, toasted sesame oil, shallot juice concentrate (contains sunflower oil), chicken glace (chicken broth, cooked chicken, chicken fat, salt, natural flavors), spices, ginger, locust bean gum, canola oil, chili paste (red chili peppers, distilled vinegar, salt), natural flavor. Contains: soy, wheat.

Allergens

Contains sesame seeds and their derivatives,wheat and their derivatives,soybean and its derivatives.

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