Go shopping for vegan foods, vegan toiletries, vegan food supplements and vegan household items.

We do ask that you check the ingredients before consumption as recipes change from time to time.

Following a vegan diet means eliminating any foods that contain animal products or animal bi-products, plus avoiding all foods that have been produced by exploiting animals or living creatures in any way.

Shopping for vegan foods and toiletries

Becoming a vegan and avoiding animal products may sound simple at first, but animal products and bi-products can be lurking in surprising places. Take honey, for example, which is produced from bees; or shellac, a food glaze produced from the secretions of the lac bug; or albumen form eggs and some stearates which are milk bi-products - would you have thought of those? So, to help you wade through the label quagmire, we have flagged anything we find that has 'vegan' on the label or which we consider suitable for a vegan diet.

Vegan shopping made easy

We check the labels for you; avoiding any animal derived product or bi-product including honey, gelatine, rennet, casein, lactose, lecithin from animal sources, bone charred sugars and flours. You can expect any foods or toiletries suitable for vegans to be labelled for you, thus making shopping for vegan food online a doddle.

Vegan toiletries, cosmetics, body and hair care

The principles of veganism don't stop at what we eat. The exploitation of animals is prevalent in many other industries, such as cosmetics, toiletries and body care. We offer a selection of vegan body care products which are not only free of animal ingredients, but have not involved animal cruelty and have not been tested on animals during production. Such products are marked as suitable for vegans, not tested on animals, or cruelty-free.


Vegans and nutrition

A well-planned vegan diet can give an adequate supply of vitamins, minerals and sound nutrition. If you are new to shopping for vegan food online, just check that you are including food groups that up your intake of calcium, iodine, vitamin B12 and vitamin D. Here is a quick tip guide:

  • Proteins from nuts, seeds, pulses, and whole grains
  • Essential Fatty Acids from plant oils like rapeseed oil, flax oil (linseed oil) and hemp oil
  • Vitamin B2 (riboflavin) from whole grains, mushrooms, almonds, leafy green vegetables and yeast extracts
  • Vitamin B12 from fortified foods like yeast extracts, veggie mixes, breakfast cereals and soya milks
  • Vitamin D from vegetable margarines, soya milk and other fortified foods and plenty of sunshine
  • Calcium from tofu, leafy green veg, watercress, almonds, sesame seeds, black strap molasses and hard water.
  • Iodine from seaweeds and other vegetables

Vegan selection and flagging

Vegans may like to consider the following lines. As many basic wholefoods, drinks, fruit and vegetables are by nature vegan, we have not flagged all of these, but have restricted indication to items where alternative lines may be available which are unsuitable for vegans. Full ingredients are given on the product detail page. You may find the vegan foods and vegan products you are looking for in these suggested categories, but this selection has been made from the labels of the product and we do ask that you check the ingredients before consumption, as recipes change from time to time.

Vegan, Free From, Eco, Organic
on orders over £35*