I think the point is, do you eat products manufactured on shared equipment? Sometimes the ingredients listed are all vegan but then there is the fine print "manufactured on shared equipment with milk products or manufactured in a facility that produces products containing milk. I personally will eat these products. I am assuming that the equipment was cleaned between products. Where do you draw the line? I think it is all absurd. To some people you can never be vegan enough. Am I not vegan because my spouse and children are not vegan and we live in the same house? Or use the same dishes? I think we should stop trying to pick at each other. Veganism is a lifestyle choice, it is not a competition.