Food

The following vegan food products can be bought in wholefood shops, health shops, online vegan shops and some supermarkets:

Convenience Foods:

The following brands are 100% vegan:

  • Dee’s . . .  (burgers, sausages, soups, etc.)
  • Eat Vegan . . . (pasta, ravioli, pesto, etc.)
  • Fry’s . . . (burgers, sausages, meat substitutes, etc.)
  • Gosh . . . (range of vegan burgers)
  • Moodley Manor . . . (burgers, sausages and other meat substitutes)
  • No Bull . . . (large range of vegan frozen products exclusive to Iceland supermarkets – chicken, burgers, paella, chorizo, sausages, etc.)
  • Pure and Simple . . . (Irish based business – all products suitable for vegans)
  • Strong Roots . . . (Irish-based company – variety of vegan burgers, vegetables and frozen food products)
  • Taifun . . . (tofu sausages, slices, falafel, etc.)
  • Tofurky . . . (large selection of slices, sausages and other fake meat products)
  • Uptons Naturals . . . (jackfruit, seitan, curries, burgers and other products)
  • V-Bites . . .  (luncheon roll slices, sausages, roasts, meat substitutes)
  • Vada Pow . . . (potato cakes and potato  burgers)
  • Vegusto . . .  (range of meat substitutes and dairy-free cheeses)
  • Wicked . . . (‘Wicked’ range at Tesco – all vegan – includes selection of ready meals and pizzas)

The following brands have many products which are suitable for vegans:

  • Biona . . . (this link displays a list of their vegan products)
  • Cauldron . . . (some products suitable for vegans such as tofu, falafel, sausages and burgers)
  • Clive’s Pies . . . (over 20 different types of vegan savoury pies)
  • Ethica . . . (sausages suitable for vegans, available in supermarkets – company based in Ireland)
  • Florentin . . . (some vegan products such as falafel and hummus)
  • Granovita . . . (Many of their products are vegan)
  • Just Food . . .  (the products which are suitable for vegans are: Spicy Lentil, Moroccan Chickpea, Cuban Black Bean, Hummus, Curried Couscous, 3-Bean Salad, Cucumber Pickle – company based in Cork)
  • Linda McCartney . . .  (sausages, sausage rolls, pies, etc.)
  • Meridian . . . (this link displays a list of their vegan products
  • The Nut Case . . . (Cork-based company – some vegan products)
  • Quorn . . . (Some vegan products and the company has stated they are gradually converting all products to 100% vegan)
  • Tesco own brand . . . (many products suitable for vegans in the frozen food section and also in the ‘free from’ aisle – link only displays a small subset)
  • Vegin . . . (Portugese based company – many vegan products)
  • Viana . . . (seitan, tempeh, tofu and meat substitutes)

Vegan Pizzas:

Vegan Cheese:

  • Violife . . . (Dairy-free cheeses – all suitable for vegans)
  • Cheezly . . . (Red and White Cheddar, Mozzarella, Blue-style, Edam, etc.)
  • Sheese . . .  (Cream-cheese spreads in various flavours, also Cheddar, Mozzarella, Edam and Blue cheese)
  • Koko . . . (Dairy free cheddar and cream cheese)
  • Tofutti . . .  (Large range of cream cheese in a variety of flavours, also Cheddar and Mozzarella Slices)
  • Vegusto . . .  (Large Range of vegan cheeses)
  • Nature & Moi . . . (Vegan cheese)

Milk:

  • Alpro . . . (large range of plant milks – soya, almond, hazelnut, cashew, rice, oat, chocolate, strawberry and vanilla-flavoured milk)
  • Boringly Good . . . (Almond Milk)
  • Dream . . . (large range of plant based milks – rice, oat, cashew, almond, chocolate and other flavoured milks)
  • Ecomil . . . (almond, hemp, coco, quinoa, hazelnut and many other plant milk alternatives)
  • Koko . . . (coconut milk)
  • Oatly . . . (range of oat milks, flavoured oat milks and barista/coffee milk)
  • Provamel . . . (Soya, nut, coconut, almond, rice, oat, cashew and other plant based milks)

Eggs:

Cream:

Margerine:

  • Biona . . . (Spreadable margerine – can be used as a spread or in baking)
  • Flora Freedom . . . (Dairy free spread suitable for vegans)
  • Free . . . (Dairy free vegan spread)
  • Koko . . . (Vegan spread)
  • Pure . . . (Spreadable margerine – can be used as a replacement for butter, or in cooking/baking recipes as an alternative to margerine)
  • Suma . . . (Spreadable margerine which can be used as an alternative to butter, or in place of butter/margerine in baking etc.)
  • Sunlite . . . (Vegan spread available in Dunnes Stores)
  • Vitalite . . . (This margerine is vegan and carries the Vegan Society logo)

Mayonnaise:

Yoghurt:

Ice-Cream:

  • Almond Dream . . . (Vegan ice-cream)
  • Alpro . . . (Vegan ice-cream – chocolate, coconut, vanilla, etc.)
  • Arctic Stone . . . (Hand rolled vegan ice-cream, Irish company)
  • Ben & Jerry’s . . . (A number of flavours are suitable for vegans)
  • Booja-Booja . . . (Dairy-free ice cream in various flavours)
  • Bunalon Organic . . . (Vegan ice cream in 3 flavours)
  • COYO . . . (Raw chocolate ice-cream – and possibly other flavours)
  • Halo Top . . . (has some non-dairy ice cream options)
  • Magnum . . . (now have a vegan range)
  • MiiRO . . . (Vegan ice-cream)
  • Nobo . . . (Irish company – 1 or 2 flavours are vegan, including the Irish Salted Caramel)
  • Oh! Naturelle . . . (Dairy-free ice cream in some Supervalu stores)
  • Oko Bay . . . (Dairy-free frozen desserts made from coconut)
  • Swedish Glace . . . (Dairy-free ice-cream in various flavours – chocolate, vanilla, strawberry, blueberry)
  • Tesco, Dunnes Stores, Aldi and Lidl . . . (all have an ‘own-brand’ of vegan ice-cream)

Raw Food:

Chocolate: