Online Vegan Shopping Guide: Canada, USA, Australia, UK, and Beyond!

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Do you ever start a project with zest and vitality only to feel like you’ve created an uncontrollable monster after a couple hours?

Examples: Cleaning out your closet. Organizing a pantry. Home renovations. Writing a thesis. Wedding thank yous. Sometimes, it has to get worse before it gets better.

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Well, that’s sort of how I felt with this little pet project of mine. What started as an innocent list quickly became a huge undertaking. I asked you for suggestions yesterday on twitter and Facebook for online and in-person stores and they came a floodin’ in! (If you are curious, check out the list here on my Facebook page). My list quickly turned into 4 pages of chicken scratch. Originally, I started making a blog post linking and organizing ALL of the in-store and online vegan stores across the world. You can see how I quickly got in over my head. After working on it all day yesterday, I decided to just focus on the online stores for this post and then figure out what I will do with the storefront list after.

This vegan online shopping guide is a follow-up to Monday’s “Inside my Vegan Pantry” post. My goal for this guide today is to bring awareness to all of the wonderful vegan & vegan-friendly online stores. Feel free to do some price comparing to get the best bang for your buck.

Most of the stores below are food-related, but I also included some clothing and cosmetics as well.

I will add to this list as other recommendations come in (feel free to let me know about other online stores in the comment section!). It’s also likely that I missed some of your suggestions on Twitter and FB yesterday, so you can comment below if you don’t see it on the list and I will add it in.

Online Vegan Shopping Guide

Keep in mind that some of the online retailers below do ship within North America or even world wide.

Canada:

 

USA:

 

Australia:

 

United Kingdom:

 

Germany:

 

France:

 

New Zealand:

 

Tell me below what I’m missing from this list!

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1 The Mrs @ Success Along the Weigh April 11, 2012

Wow what a great list! Thanks so much for compiling this. I’m going to check out some of the links!

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2 Yasmine April 11, 2012

In France, we have Un Monde Vegan http://www.unmondevegan.com/index.cfm

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3 Rensje April 11, 2012

merci beaucoup yasmine!

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4 Yasmine April 12, 2012

De rien! Tu es Française?

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5 rensje April 13, 2012

oui et non :) Je suis Hollandaise mais je habite depuis 16ans en France. Mon mari est français. J’ai decouvert il y a 2ans que je suis intolérante au gluten et lactose et je mange pas de viande (mais je mange des oeufs donc pas végétalien). Trouver des produits végétalien ici meme dans les magasin bio, c’est pas facile. Donc merci pour le lien!
Thanks you Angela. I found your site some time ago and you have helped me in a lot of ways!!!

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6 Angela (Oh She Glows) April 13, 2012

I think I understood all of that…I guess I have remember more of my french than I thought! :)
So happy to hear you are enjoying the blog :)

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7 Amanda April 11, 2012

Thanks for the great list! iherb is generally my go-to online store (they have great selection, good prices, quick shipping), but I’m excited to check out the others! I’m blaming you for any purchases I make. ;)

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8 Catherine Tai April 11, 2012

Hi Angela,

Fantastic list! 100% Pure is also great for vegan-friendly cosmetics. I love there coffee bean eye cream and Purity Facial Cleanser and Mask. They also have really great green practices. This is a response I received from them after writing in to inquire about their practices.

“100%Pure believes in helping people, animals and the environment. We use 100% recycled goods for our boxes, we use bio-degradable packing peanuts and our packaging for our products are from post recycled good or plastic- For example, our Powdered Blushes that are in the pink tins are made from post recycled soda cans. Even the paper we use in the corporate office is made from recycled paper.”
xx
Catherine

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9 Angela (Oh She Glows) April 13, 2012

Thanks Catherine! Do you have a link as my search came up with a few different results…want to make sure I put the right one!

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10 Catherine Tai April 13, 2012
11 Angela (Oh She Glows) April 13, 2012

thanks!

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12 Sara C April 16, 2012

Unfortunately it seems that this site only mails to Canada – not to the US. Bummer because the products look great!

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13 Angela @ Eat Spin Run Repeat April 11, 2012

Wow Ange, this is awesome! There’s also a vegan groupon-like website, Vegan Cuts, that delivers deals (I think once a week) on vegan-friendly products. I haven’t purchased anything yet but they have some good deals!

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14 Sara C April 16, 2012

Yep – and there is one called “Spencer’s Market” – same concept – like Groupon for vegan stuff. I’ve ordered a couple of things from them.

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15 Jesse (OutToLunchCreations) April 11, 2012

Thanks for putting this together! I want to start buying my pantry staples in bulk so I excited to do some cost comparisons. iHerb is another Canadian online store (not sure if they deliver to the US) that should be added to the list.

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16 Quisha April 11, 2012

Thanks for sharing. I’m recently gone gluten and lactose-free so I’m all for trying new things!

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17 LeeAnn April 11, 2012

This is great! I have to say, as I watched the responses pouring in on FB, I thought, wow, this is massive. But I knew that your customary optimism would find a way to work it out!

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18 Angela (Oh She Glows) April 11, 2012

heh I’m thinking about making a website for resources some day. So we’ll see. I think it would have to be user-submitted because I don’t think I can do it on my own!

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19 Liz April 11, 2012

Excellent list! There is also Rabbit Food Grocery (http://www.rabbitfoodgrocery.com/) which ships via USPS- however they are not set up to ship refrigerated/frozen items yet. They also offer local pick-up in Austin, TX.

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20 Yellow Haired Girl April 11, 2012

I need to check these sites out … there are obviously waaaay more sites than I thought out there. I’m not vegan, but I like to experiment :)

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21 Michelle@PeachyPalate April 11, 2012

Great post! I live in Ireland so even the UK links will prove useful. Now all we need is more than one vegan restaurant!

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22 Anniemac April 22, 2012

Michelle, I totally agree !!
The odd time I get to dublin cornucopia is mobbed !!

Our vegan resources are pretty limited – I spend a lot of time in the kitchen – and am well used to getting looked at like in a crazy person in some restaurants but have had great experiences too !!

Anne

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23 Michelle@Peachy Palate April 22, 2012

I went to Yamamori last night, Japanese Cuisine has so many vegan options it was great!

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24 Anniemac April 22, 2012

Ooh nice! Just filled our faces with vegetable nori rolls ala Alicia silverstones ‘kind diet’.
Messy but yummy!
I will have to check out your blog for some local tips and inspiration – I have pretty much relied on oh she glows to feed my family the last few years, it’s good to know we aren’t the only ones on the island going vegan!

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25 Michelle April 11, 2012

For yummy vegan bakery items, try http://www.sweetfreedombakery.com

Their cupcakes are AMAZING, and everything can be ordered or brought from their shop in Philly, PA!!!!

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26 NutriDude April 11, 2012

nuts.com in the US is a good one.

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27 Cait's Plate April 11, 2012

This is awesome!! Thanks for sharing :)

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28 Valerie April 11, 2012

Well.ca (ships to the US as well) has a bunch of vegan products – food, soaps, supplements, etc. I’m not vegan myself but doing a search for ‘vegan’ on the site brings up 16 pages of products. I’m not sure of the cost to ship to the US but they ship for free in Canada no matter how much your order costs. They’re also a great resource for gluten-free products as well.

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29 Stephanie April 11, 2012

Azure Standard delivers throughout a lot of the United States. They have a huge variety of products. They sell organic products from other companies as well as items they grow on their organic farm in Oregon.

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30 katie@ KatieDid April 11, 2012

great resource, thanks angela! love iherb and amazon personally!

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31 charlie April 11, 2012

THANK YOU SOOO MUCH. I’m from Australia and was having a massive rant about how I wish I lived in the US because I couldn’t find unsweetened applesauce or almond milk, nor could I find an affordable pack of Stevia.

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32 Willow April 11, 2012

Great idea, putting together a list like this… that is a big undertaking, but it’s so, so appreciated!

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33 Alex @ Raw Recovery April 11, 2012

I think it’s called Vegan Cuts but it offers deals on vegan products. Awesome list!

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34 Green April 11, 2012

I get my spices, chia seeds and goji berries from this website. http://www.mountainroseherbs.com/

They do 10-15% off too on bulk orders.

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35 anon April 11, 2012

http://www.mooshoes.com
vegan shoe retailer based out of NYC

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36 alexis April 11, 2012

Angela,
Thank you very much for this list and the pantry list! It is much appreciated. I realize it was time consuming and am grateful to have both resources to assist in eating healthier. Love your blog! You are a true inspiration. Thank you!

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37 Kathryn April 11, 2012

Neverfeltbettervegan.com is a local store here in Sacramento, CA that does online shipping too. The oweners are really nice and they have a variety of items from food to clothing.

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38 Esther April 11, 2012

http://www.everydayminerals.com is a fantastic online cruelty-free make-up company. I love their products, and it is SO affordable.

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39 Ellie @ healthy belly ellie April 11, 2012

This helps a great deal! I’m always looking for vegan websites that ship to Canada! Thanks!!

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40 Angela April 11, 2012

Hey Angela-

Hail Merry is AMAZING! They make vegan and gluten-free foods… the macaroons are awesome! I recently moved to Texas and found them in my local Whole Foods, but you can also order online. Here’s the info for online ordering:

http://www.hailmerry.com/gifts

Thanks for putting this list together- it makes things super easy and convenient!

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41 Averie @ Averie Cooks April 11, 2012

It’s nice to have master lists like this compiled…now if only someone else’s credit card came with it so I could go virtual shopping :)

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42 Katie Anne April 11, 2012

Not strictly vegan but fantastic nonetheless:

http://www.realfoods.co.uk/

Both a shop irl in Edinburgh and online, it has free delivery over £15, really important for me as I live in a remote part of Scotland, especially as every other company seems to have extortionate delivery charges!

Love the blog btw, recently started reading and think it’s great x

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43 Amelia April 11, 2012

I was so confused by that picture… I was like why is there a weird rubber tire in that shopping cart? OH, it’s an at symbol! Hahahaha. :)

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44 Grace - Love Your Healthy Life April 11, 2012

Awesome resource – thank you so much, Angela!

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45 Erica | cupcakes & coffee breaks April 11, 2012

I’m moving to Australia at the end of this summer (from Canada), and this is going to be hugely helpful :) Thanks so much Angela.

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46 Anna @ The Guiltless Life April 11, 2012

This is SUPER helpful as, being in Canada, I feel as though every time I hear about a new store I then find out it’s in the States and either doesn’t ship to Canada or wants to charge the earth to do so! Thanks Ange!

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47 Jocelyn @ Peace Love Nutrition April 11, 2012

Thanks for helping my online shopping addiction : )

Healthy foods are ok! haha

It’s clothes I have to be careful about…

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48 Angela (Oh She Glows) April 11, 2012

I do what I can ;)

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49 Meghann April 11, 2012

Here in the UK, when I can’t get to Wholefoods, I use Planet Organic and Goodness Direct! :)

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50 Anna April 11, 2012

This is great! You’ve really spent time in helping your readers out!

As I said in the previous post, I (like a lot of us Europeans) use http://www.iherb.com because of the cheap postages all around the world. With most companies the postage is so high that there is no point in ordering – iherb is the only one that I’ve found worhy of ordering from.

Psst! First time customers get a five dollar discount with the code KOS436.

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51 Angela (Oh She Glows) April 11, 2012

wow that is great to know, will make a note!

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52 Angela April 11, 2012

For the UK goodnessdirect.co.uk is a really good site for all types of dietry requirements. Thats were I get all my ‘weird’ food as it’s called in my family!

iherb is also popular with UK bloggers & readers as they have really cheap international shipping if your order is less than 4 pounds in weight.

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53 Jamie April 11, 2012

Second vote for well.ca! Not vegan myself, but a quick search showed 507 products ranging from soaps to soups :)

I’ve ordered all kinds of stuff from them including chia seeds, apple cider vinegar, quinoa, etc. I love the free shipping no matter how much your order costs, and their customer service is top notch.

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54 Hailey April 11, 2012

Oooh, I can’t wait to check these links out! Thanks for the resources! As far as a storefront, I keep being impressed by Costco. :-) I get my huge bags of chia seeds and quinoa and wild rice there…not to mention lots of organic frozen/fresh produce. Wonderful.

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55 Jess April 11, 2012

For us Canadians, well.ca is a great resource, especially if you live in a more remote area where specialty foods are harder to come by. Their prices tend to be a little marked up, but they offer FREE shipping on any order anywhere in Canada!

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56 Michaela@pilgrimageofhealth April 11, 2012

Wow, this is incredibly helpful. Thanks for putting the work in for all of us! Breaking up the posts is also good–otherwise I think I’d be way too overwhelmed!

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57 Paul Cole April 11, 2012

Hi

In the UK, you could add: http://www.soundbitesderby.org.uk/

They do have an online shop, but only deliver to Derby (East Midlands) and the surrounding area. Lovely shop, though and nice people.

They also sell non-food items.

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58 Rebecca April 11, 2012

Now the real questions…do any of these ship to Paris, France? :)

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59 Mallory April 11, 2012

http://www.bodysense.com is good for cosmetics. Also http://www.ewg.org/skindeep/ is a database for cosmetics and has a rating system to help you prevent exposure to toxic chemicals.

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60 Sabrina R April 11, 2012

AWESOME References!! Thank you :)

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61 Jane April 11, 2012

I’m a huge fan of Vitacost! I buy a lot of grains and vitamins (especially quinoa and millet) from this site. If you sign up through my link below, you’ll even get an instant $10 credit! Shipping’s 4.95, so you could get nearly 2 pounds of quinoa for $5 shipped!!
http://www.vitacost.com/Referee?wlsrc=rsReferral&ReferralCode=3233998

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62 Amanda @RewildYourLife April 11, 2012

http://www.100percentpure.com is an amazing cruelty free makeup company that I LOVE!

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63 Chelsea @ One Healthy Munchkin April 11, 2012

This is awesome – thanks for compiling this! Just wondering though – what’s the advantage to buying online? Is it just that you can get hard-to-find products or are the products cheaper (and if this is the case, are they still cheaper after factoring in shipping?)? :)

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64 Angela (Oh She Glows) April 13, 2012

I think online shopping can be a great way for ppl to get access to products they might not be able to find in their own area. It’s also fun to price compare and see if you can get a better price or even free shipping. I don’t do a lot of online shopping myself, but there are things I only buy online like chia seeds in bulk and raw buckwheat groats in bulk.

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65 Sabine April 11, 2012

I am not exactly vegan, but becoming more and more high raw vegan. For the last year I had a hard time finding good stuff. For example: I wanted to try chia seeds, but I cannot buy them in regular shops here in Germany (at least, where I live).
Now I buy them -and other things like raw bars- online. Chia seeds are now a staple in my pantry and my diet!!

So let me add some links for Germany (and maybe other european countries). Hopefully they might help somebody else from around here :) .

http://www.vitakeim.de

http://www.organicfoodbar.de

http://www.pureraw.de

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66 Natalie April 11, 2012

I LOVE livesuperfoods.com. Great site with great products!!

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67 Jessica April 11, 2012

Hey! I made a similar list here: http://www.rabbitfoodgrocery.com/?p=188

There are always new stores popping up, and I need to compile mine with yours, and add a few new stores that are just opening up.

:)

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68 Angela (Oh She Glows) April 13, 2012

great list Jessica!

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69 Elly April 11, 2012

Oh wow, thanks Angela! In Australia we also have Honest to Goodness for buying bulk organic whole foods http://www.goodness.com.au/

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70 jsoleil April 11, 2012

Thank you so much for this! I’m Australian but might be moving to the States soon so this is very helpful!

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71 jsoleil April 11, 2012

Also Australia has the Cruelty Free Shop which ships all over the country.

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72 StoriesAndSweetPotatoes April 11, 2012

Whoa, this is awesome! I can’t think of any to add but I will definitely reference this!

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73 Emma Kate April 11, 2012

Thanks for including lil ol’ New Zealand :)

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74 Abby @ Change of Pace April 11, 2012

This is awesome! We’re from Canada, too, and I’ve had some trouble finding certain ingredients. I’m sure I’ll find them on one of the online stores. Thanks!

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75 Nicole April 11, 2012

I love the site Spencersmarket.com. It does weekly vegan deals and the products seem great. I’ve ordered a few things and they’ve been yummy!

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76 Heathy April 11, 2012

In the US – http://www.rawguru.com , mountainroseherbs.com, rawfoodworld.com !

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77 Élisabeth April 11, 2012

Hi Angela!
I like
http://boutiqueprana.com/fr/home/
You can get all the raw nuts, seeds, spice, cacao at a very good price for those near montreal.
And
http://www.mountainroseherbs.com/
This is the best place to buy organic medecinal mushroom (shiitake, maitake, reishi). They also have seaweed, spouting seed and all kind of herbs and spices. They deliver in USA and Canada.
Thank for the nice ressources!

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78 Rachel L April 12, 2012

For harder to find, mostly raw bulk food, essential living foods is a great site. Pricey but great quality…and you know where they’re sourced and that they’re actually raw, etc. essentiallivingfoods.com

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79 Stephanie April 12, 2012

In the UK there are a few really good ones, I think Goodness direct has been mentioned as they have some good vegan products, but they aren’t solely vegan. Some others are:

http://www.detoxyourworld.com/ Raw foods, has great nut butters, chia seeds, maca, carob, flax crackers

http://www.vegan.co.uk/?gclid=COOdv_fdrq8CFYsntAodgVzjmQ chocolate, drinks, sauces, cake mix, etc

http://www.veganstore.co.uk/ vegan eggs, groceries etc

http://www.honest-to-goodness.org.uk/ food, vitamins, chocolate, cookies/biscuits, bread etc

x Steph

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80 Paula April 12, 2012

I just tried switching from a pesco-vegetarian diet to becoming a vegetarian and your blog has been helping me a lot. I even tried reading your first few posts. You’re truly an inspiration on living a healthier life. :)

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81 Angela (Oh She Glows) April 12, 2012

Thank you Paula! Goodluck with all your changes :)

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82 Paula April 12, 2012

I just switched from a pesco-vegetarian diet to becoming a vegetarian and your blogged has helped me a lot. I even tried reading your first few posts and found good reads. You’re truly an inspiration in living a healthier life.

Keep it up! :)

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83 LizAshlee April 12, 2012

This is great, I can’t wait to check out more of these sites!!

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84 Jennifer @ Peanut Butter and Peppers April 12, 2012

Whata wonderful list. My friend is Vegan, yet she doesn’t know where to shop, I’m going to pass this information to her. Thank you for sharing!

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85 Anne @ Zen and Genki April 12, 2012

Great post, Angela! One that I’ll definitely be saving – thanks!
Anne

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86 Kristen April 12, 2012

USA – I have been ordering tons of great products from http://www.nutsonline.com

AWESOME company!

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87 brianna April 12, 2012

Thanks for sharing this list. There aren’t many options for vegan food/shopping in Vegas.

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88 Sasha April 12, 2012

In Canada another great website to find vegan products is http://www.well.ca

They have a pretty big selection of food items, as well as vegan beauty products etc. They do have some things marked as ‘Vegan’ but I’ve notices that not everything that is vegan is marked as such. Best of all, they always have free shipping!

I’ve ordered from them multiple times & I haven’t had any problems yet.

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89 Angela (Oh She Glows) April 13, 2012

yay I can’t wait to try them!

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90 Jennifer April 12, 2012
91 Amanda April 12, 2012

honest-to-goodness.org.uk is also a great UK one – I believe they do free shipping for orders over £40, and they have an awesome 100% vegan store in the Wirral, Merseyside with all sorts of vegan food, toiletries, cleaning products, etc. Also one of the only places in the UK you can get vital wheat gluten.

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92 Katie Anne April 16, 2012

I posted before about http://www.realfoods.co.uk/, but just wanted to add they sell vital wheat gluten as well, took me ages to find a supplier that does!

x

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93 Kaitlin April 13, 2012

In Australia, Perth to be specific, we have a fabulous store called “Loose Produce” they have so many bins of beans, flours, grains you name it! You take your own containers or use the supplied bags and just fill ’em up! They also do some wonderful gluten free cakes that you can enjoy whilt reading magazines. And they do cooking classes.

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94 H April 13, 2012

Did anyone mention Matt and Nat (vegan handbags that rock!)? Thanks for the list!! :-)

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95 Angela (Oh She Glows) April 13, 2012

I dont think do! Do you have a link?

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96 Anastasia@healthymamainfo.com April 13, 2012

Thank you so much for the list! Such a wonderful resource! You are amazing!

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97 Anne April 13, 2012

Wow, a huge thanks for including Germany! I’ve been dying to try a few of your recipes (especially the Dark Chocolate Cherry Energy Bites and Mini Peanut Butter Cups in a Jar) but it’s not always easy to find ingredients over here

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98 Natalya April 13, 2012

http://www.organicsproutedflour.net/ is a great resource for organic sprouted flours, not sure if they are certified gf but they have millet, buckwheat, amaranth and other hard to find flours that are great alkaline grains, plus they are sprouted!
Sequel e store has the Vega products, vegan protein etc.
And I’m sure you have Trader Joes and Whole Foods somewhere on that store front list for later!
Fred Meyer here in the Seattle area is another great store they have a large natural food department.

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99 Maria April 14, 2012

What a great list. There are a couple of others in the UK- ethicalsuperstore.com/ naturalcollection.com (I think they are the same company), and creamsupplies.co.uk (they do kale chips but lots of other things too).
And I love i-herb- their shipping is pretty good value, and at the moment the “offer code” (once you shop with them you get a referral code for others to use- mine is QOC914) is worth $10 off if you spend $40, which is a pretty good deal (or I think $5 off anything under that)-so the shipping is free with the codes anyway.

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100 Michaela April 14, 2012
101 Benay April 14, 2012

To get $5.00 off your first order at iHerb.com, enter coupon code: ENA405. I love that site!

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102 Ali @ Nourish April 15, 2012

Hi there, thanks for adding New Zealand! An amazing online store is http://www.littlebirdorganics.co.nz their products are incredible.

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103 Megan E April 15, 2012

In Germany:

Vegan Wonderland

http://www.vegan-wonderland.de/catalog/index.php

Veggie Shoes

http://www.vega-trend.de/

Vegan Versand

http://www.veganversand.org/

And here’s a directory of vegan online shopping in Germany

http://www.veganwelt.de/inhalt/info/i-shop-vers.html

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104 Angela (Oh She Glows) April 16, 2012

Thanks Megan!

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105 Johnathon Gunderson April 16, 2012

Fantastic post.Thanks Again. Cool.

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106 Monique April 16, 2012

Hi Angela!

Here in the low lands (Netherlands), we have the following useful webshops:

http://www.unlimitedhealth.nl/
http://www.rawsuperfoods.com/
http://www.vega-life.nl/webshop/
http://www.chiazaden.nl/

Hope this helps!
Monique

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107 Amy April 16, 2012

fakemeats.com is a us based online store!

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108 Megan April 19, 2012

This is a great list, thanks! This is probably a stretch, but do you happen to know of any that ship to China? I’ve been living in Beijing for a little more than a year and I usually have to get friends or family to purchase things in America and FedEx them to me. Would be great to be able to cut out the middleman!

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109 Kim April 25, 2012

Thank You, Thank You, Thank You for the listing of websites in Australia!
I am not vegan or even vegetarian, but the last few weeks, my husband and I have been discussing cleaning up our diet, and starting to eat a more plant based diet. I am more heavily leaning towards eliminating a lot of dairy out of our diet also.
Thank goodness for the internet!! :) Blogs like yours help so much, so many yummy recipes, and ideas!
Where we live, by no means a small country town, but it is sooo hard to find GOOD, not too expensive dairy/gluten/whatever free foods. Also so hard to buy organic food, especially produce :( sigh.
We try though, and supermarkets here are getting slightly better on the organic front. The more we buy them, hopefully the more they will get in!
Yay for the internet!
Thanks for your wonderful blog Angela :) you are a continuing inspiration to me :)

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110 Anna May 14, 2012

In the USA, we have an all vegan online health shop called VeganVita.com. It is great and you may want to add it to your list. http://www.veganvita.com

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111 Kinga October 6, 2012

Online Vegan Store – Ireland

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112 Whytney November 23, 2012

Hi Angela, I would like to add a place to this list – although it is only a website for their actual shop – http://www.pikowholefoods.co.nz/ . It might help out vegans/vegetarians living in the Canterbury area of New Zealand. This shop is literally within walking distance from my house and it’s where I go to get all the ingredients I never knew about before discovering your site (coconut oil, chia seeds, rice syrup, nutritional yeast (called “brewer’s yeast”, here), Medjool dates, etc.) It’s a little haven in a country where vegan/organic food is hard to come by, but is slowly making more of an emergence/growing in popularity. I always thought it would be easier to become vegan in Canada or the US as you seem to have so much more variety/choice of what to buy (I would KILL to have a Wholefoods in my town!!). Anyway, check it out and I hope you enjoy! :} sincerely, Whytney.

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113 Angela (Oh She Glows) November 25, 2012

Hey Whytney! Thanks so much for your comment! I have added the store to my list, thanks for sharing. :) All my best!

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114 Amber @ getplantfit.com December 4, 2012

Hi Angela, Love this list! I would like to add Arbonne (if someone else hasn’t mentioned it already). Arbonne is a vegan certified company. They are known for their skin care, but the wellness products are amazing, too (gluten free, soy free, no artificial sweeteners, colors, etc).

Arbonne is in the US, Canada, Australia and the UK currently. The main website is http://www.arbonne.com. I am an Arbonne Independent Consultant and District Manager. My website is http://www.plantfit.myarbonne.com. Anyone can contact me to order (and I can set them up with discounts).

Thanks again for putting such a great list together!

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115 Ella January 9, 2013

Hi Angela!

Thank so much for your wonderful list. I am not sure if any Canadians mentioned http://www.healthyplanet.ca. or http://www.LuckyVitamin.com. Healthy Planet is a Canadian website that offers supplements, vitamins and food and grocery items as well. Lucky Vitamin is similar to iHerb.com but ships to Canada. I have found that you can buy Barney Butter on Lucky Vitamin in the sample packs. Just waiting for it to go on sale. I do find it frustrating though that Canadians have less selection when it comes to online shopping.

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116 AppleKim March 21, 2013

I was wondering where you buy your raw nuts. I have been searching and haven’t come up with a good option. Also, which chia seeds do you buy? I looked at Chia seeds direct and they have more than one type.

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117 Natalia May 17, 2013

Here is a new vegan online store – http://veganmarket.wordpress.com/
High protein vegetarian foods (i.e. tofu), natural sweetener (stevia leaf), nori seaweed, and carob powder can be bought there (really cheap prices, IMHO) – the range of the food will be broadened:)
Enjoy!

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118 Jonathan June 22, 2013

http://www.bobsredmill.com/ is my go-to place for all kinds of hard-to-find grains, meals, seeds, and much more.

Thank you for all your great vegan recipes (with great photos), and a great website.

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119 Ted July 5, 2013

A great online store that i ordered from recently has great vegan products, organic supplements, all natural cosmetics with great prices and they offer free shipping in Canada for orders over $99.

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120 Fiona July 13, 2013

You should add trulyorganicfoods.com to Canada!

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121 Franziska August 15, 2013

For Germany you can add: “Alnatura” and “Denns” which are organic supermarkets. Also in the south of germany, where i live there are organic farmers in a lot of towns. Mostly they sell their products in a little shop on the farm. When there is the label “Bioland” or “Demeter” it is the best, organic quality you can get,

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122 Crissy August 31, 2013

Just went to Spencer’s and got all excited. When I checked the shipping costs it said that they do not ship outside the US! Yet it is listed under Canada. Just wanted to warn people. Did they ever ship here?!

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123 Vanessa September 1, 2013

Know of any of these stores that are based in South Africa or ship here without ingredients going stale in shipping process?

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124 Curtis Rudisail September 11, 2013

Looking for the best prices on Organic Spices in the USA. Any recommendations, TKs

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125 Ann November 2, 2013

How about a list for China?

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126 Carmi November 8, 2013

Check out: http://www.culturesforhealth.com
They offer great products, and their customer service is second to non.

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127 Valerie January 11, 2014

In Canada Vegan Aisle

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128 Grace Baby February 11, 2014

That is fantastic! You’ve actually expended time in supporting ones audience out!

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129 Lindsay February 13, 2014

I live in China, do you have any suggestions for me to make it easier to get products here?

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130 andrew February 20, 2014

In Canada there’s a online store that has very nice unique products http://www.myhealthyoutlet.com

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131 Amy April 29, 2014

Hi Angela

New one in Australia you might want to add to your list if you ever have a spare second :)

http://www.gourmeticus.com.au (all vegan, all gluten free, on the gourmet side)

Thank you!

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132 Geoffrey June 16, 2014

Hello,
For Germany you have a Vegan store called http://www.veganic.de also available in English.

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133 Matthew July 17, 2014

Fantastic list Angela.. if you are still updating, please add our new shop catering to Australian’s, particularly those in Queensland – http://www.veganmarket.com.au

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134 james August 4, 2014

To get Sunfood Australia vegan you can come at Sunfood Australia.

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135 Jocelyn Teo August 18, 2014

Do you have any recommendations on vegan sites that ships internationally? :( I live in Singapore (Asia), and vegan shops are EXTREMELY inaccessible here in my country… Please reply me :( thank you so much!! <3

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136 Tim Sanders September 29, 2014

There are so many great sites here what a fantastic list and it’s great that after a couple of years people are still commenting on this article.
Another to consider is http://www.realfoods.co.uk/ based in Edinburgh in the UK whic offers raw, vegan, vegetarian, fairtrade, organic and special diet food.
Thanks

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137 Gabrielle October 30, 2014

Great list! Thanks for sharing. Another one to add to the Canadian list is http://www.nuthut.ca for raw organic nuts, seeds and berries. Order online for delivery across Canada. Enjoy!

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138 Dr. Yoli Di Giulio March 19, 2015

This is wonderful to follow this kind of blogs. Thanks for sharing this

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139 Adam Hale March 19, 2015

This is wonderful to follow this kind of blogs. Thanks for sharing this

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140 Roisin May 24, 2015

In the UK http://www.earthfare.co.uk is very good- and they do free UK shipping on orders over £45

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141 sarah September 17, 2015

Hi, nice website!!
I want to spread the word about Arbonne International, a company that has been vegan since being established in 1975!!! We now have over 450 products, all Vegan Certified, and also gluten free, non GMO etc etc. Ranging from Nutrition (inc. great protein shakes, to skincare and cosmetics).
Products are currently available in the UK, USA, Poland , Australia and Canada, but we are expanding globally.
Anyway, more info on the website sarahjukes.arbonne.com
or feel free to email me sarahjukes@icloud.com
Enjoy!!!
Sarah

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142 lance September 21, 2015

Another AMAZING vegan company is called Arbonne. They offer vegan personal care products, health and wellness and cosmetics for men women and children from head to toe. All of these products are 100% vegan, paraben fee, colorant free and PH balanced just to name a few. These products are of high swiss standards and a truly fantastic. I invite you to check out the website at lancedam.arbonne.ca to learn more about these amazing products!

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143 Francene December 3, 2015

Hi,

I find that it would be nice to search for recipes under “Ingredient/Ingredients.

Regards,
Francene

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144 Maxwell December 12, 2015

My name is Max Hotchkiss and I am trying to help my Mom’s amazing handmade and natural soaps and other products spread through the U.S. She makes all her products in Northeast PA in a Barn. Her products are very unique and have a lot of traction in our community, but we could use your help in spreading awareness and I was hoping that you would carry her soap and perhaps other products like her chap sticks on your awesome website. I have samples of the soap I could send for your review. You can also see more about her products at http://www.seahagsoaps.com. Thank you so much for your time and your consideration of helping a small local business. You can reach her (Colleen) directly at work at 570-663-2297. You can reach me for more information at 570-396-2730.

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145 Tammie December 24, 2015

Does anyone have more websites for German vegan shops?

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146 Alex (Green People) December 31, 2015

Green People is a UK organic beauty brand which has recently launched in the US. All of our products are gentle and free from nasties, and the majority are vegan. We are always up-front about all of our ingredients. See our vegan products here: http://www.greenpeopleus.com/shop/by-collection/vegan-products

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147 Marion December 31, 2015

In Ontario, there is http://www.goodnessme.ca. Prices can be higher but then well.ca prices are higher too. Goodness Me has free shipping over $25. I believe and I don’t know if they ship to US.

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148 Kris February 15, 2016

You should add VEGANSUPPLY.CA to the Canada list!

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149 Barbara Salim March 25, 2016

simplyorganics.com

Spices and seasoning mixes :)

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150 Dave March 26, 2016

Heya! If you’re still updating this, there’s now a full-feature online shop in Canada at http://www.VeganSupply.ca – would love to see it added! (And ships everywhere as well.)

Also, a few of the Canadian listings no longer exist, and well.ca sells animal products, not sure if that’s intended on this list..

Thanks so much!

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151 Mary Badolato May 26, 2016

Thrive Market. It has an aweesome vegan section, and its discounted, like a Sams Club. I love it!

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152 Anne June 8, 2016

Awesome! I like this information a lot. Shopping is my favorite hobby and this guide really helps!

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153 Angela Liddon June 8, 2016

So glad you found the post useful, Anne!

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