Grocery stores carry an array of great-tasting vegan options, including
some items that you might not know are vegan. "Accidentally vegan" foods are those that were not created
intentionally to be marketed to vegan eaters. Many products, including faux franks; veggie burgers;
chicken-free chicken patties; flavored soy, almond, and rice milks; nondairy
ice creams; and other sensational snacks, are marketed to vegetarians and
vegans. However, there's also an abundance of chips, dips, cookies, candies,
frozen pies, soups, and other mouthwatering items produced by some of the most well-known brands that are
Take a stroll through your local grocery store and check out some
and you'll see what we mean. You may even be surprised to find that a few of
your favorite indulgences happen to be vegan! For example, did you know that
Pepperidge Farm Turnovers, Murray Butter Cookies, and Cracker Jacks are all vegan?
Please note that this list is just for U.S.-based products, as ingredients can
vary by region. Companies frequently change their formulations, so read
labels prior to purchasing. We are constantly updating this list, so if
you know of a vegan product that isn't currently listed or if you find a
product here that isn't vegan, please contact PETA.
Thank you, and happy munching!
*Items listed may contain trace amounts of animal-derived ingredients. While PETA supports a strict adherence to veganism, we put the task of vigorously reducing animal suffering ahead of personal purity. Boycotting products that are 99.9 percent vegan sends the message to manufacturers that there is no market for this food, which ends up hurting more animals. For a more detailed explanation of PETA's position, please click here.
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