Vegan Food List
I am currently updating this vegan food list page but you will find up to date information by clicking on the various logos in the different sections. The links for the supermarkets goes to a PDF vegan food list page which you can then print off if you wish to. The vegan food delivery logos go straight to the vegan food websites. Asda doesn't have a proper vegan food list but I have linked to their vegan products page. Asda also label their foods as being suitable for vegans, as do Sainsburys.
Supermarket Vegan Food Lists:
Vegan Food Delivery:
Even though many supermarkets are now selling more vegan products, and health food shops are in most towns - these places are unlikely to to sell those special foods that you fancy. This is where vegan food delivery comes into place.
I shop from Goodness Direct quite a bit - they offer free delivery on orders over £35. The products that I have tried and loved are: Lazy Day Chocolate Ginger Slices, Lazy Day Belgian Dark Chocolate, Lazy Day Foods Chocolate Gingers, Organica Vegan Milk Chocolate Couverture and their Organica Vegan White Chocolate. They do other goodies such as Co-Yo Mango Coconut Yoghurt and vegan staples such as nutritional yeast and faux meat items.
Most of you will have heard of Redwoods. Their products are found in practically all health food shops. They sell everything from vegan ham.chicken, turkey, beef slices and roasts to pizzas, desserts and snacks. I like their beanfeast pate.
You will also find that Goodness Direct sell a lot of their products so it may make sense to buy from them and take advantage of their free delivery offer.
This company sell the most amazing vegan cheeses. Look out for No-Moo Mild-aromatic, No-Moo Piquant and their No-Moo Fondue (cheese sauce). I have tried their faux meats but didn't like them but you may think differently.