Where to shop vegan food?

VEDGEco is the perfect place to find all your favorite vegan bulk foods and have them delivered to your door. With top plant-based brands like Boca, Quorn, and even heat-and-eat meals from Ark Foods, Giant Food has everything a vegan needs for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Up to this point, we’ve covered all the whole plant-based foods you’ll need to enjoy a vegan diet and feel good while doing it. I suggest you also read my vegan nutrition guide and my plant-based protein guide to help you determine what foods to include on your weekly shopping list from a nutrition standpoint.

I’m lucky enough to live in Vancouver where there are several local brands that do amazing things with whole nut-based cheeses and you can find everything from vegan brie to harvarti, parmesan and cream cheese. This list is about what does go on a vegan grocery list, but I thought it would be helpful to quickly cover what doesn’t go on a vegan grocery list. We were delighted to discover that there is also a great selection of vegan food delivery services online, ready to deliver your favorite vegan products. At Wegmans you can find popular meat-free brands like North Carolina-based No Evil Foods and Oakland-based Impossible Foods.

It can certainly be expensive if you buy a lot of packaged vegan foods, but if you stick to whole foods, it’s a very economical way to eat. While almost every grocery store carries vegan foods (think rice, beans, veggies, tofu, tofu, almond milk, etc. Vegan Essentials, an Internet classic, has been distributing vegan products since 1998, and is one of the original cruelty-free retailers. Jet offers a “vegan food category for those looking for vegan items other than fruits and vegetables”.

It’s ideal for finding items not typically carried by large grocery store chains, including those from local vegan food vendors. Foods and beverages are now clearly marked as vegan and plant-based, as well as organic, fair trade, and non-GMO. This list of vegan foods will help you get a better idea of what it’s like to shop for a vegan or plant-based consumer. Courtney Hollinquest created Vegan Questt, based in Los Angeles, with a mission to help people go vegan.


About Mark Miller

I'm Mark, and I am one of the two faces behind CodeVegan. I co-founded CodeVegan alongside Lila. To give you a little background, my journey here hasn't been an easy one. So, for all of you out there struggling, I've been there. You're not alone! Like many of you, I grew up a meat-eater, but I soon realized the impact this had on the world. I've been a vegan for the last ten years, and life has never been better. It takes time to adjust, but it's worth it in the end. Now, my lifestyle choice is an integral part of who I am. In my early days, there wasn't much in the way of information either, so with this blog, I'm here to make sure that doesn't happen to you.