Vegan Burger Brands You Can Find in Your Grocery Store

These days, almost everyone knows that going vegan is the best way to help animals, reduce your impact on the environment, and improve your personal health. That’s why conscious consumers are ditching meat and disingenuously named “veggie” burgers that contain milk or eggs and are instead opting to buy from brands that produce 100% vegan burgers.

Vegan Burger Brands

Check out this list of vegan burger brands to find your new favorite to toss on the grill:

Strong Roots

Do you prefer a plant-based patty? Strong Roots has two healthy, flavorful varieties: Kale & Quinoa and Beetroot & Bean.

Hungry Planet Beef Plant-Based Patties

Hungry Planet is hungry for positive change. With 22 grams of plant-based protein in each scrumptious serving of its nutritious vegan beef patties, you’ll be feeling good inside and out.


The NotCo brand used first-of-its-kind patented AI technology, the power of vegetables, and a team of chefs to create a delicious, meat-like vegan burger. The NotBurger is gluten- and soy-free, so you can enjoy it even if you have allergies!

The Beyond Burger

The Beyond Burger packs 20 grams of vegan protein in every patty and is free of soy and gluten. It’s a dead-ringer for a ground-beef patty, but don’t worry—no one died for this burger.

Beyond Burger is currently available at Target stores, Kroger-owned stores across the U.S., Whole Foods, Veggie Grill, and many other select locations. Please note that the burgers are available in the cold meat case in order to grab the attention of meat-eaters looking for a burger.

Trader Joe’s Protein Patties

For just $4.49 per package, you can get your hands on Trader Joe’s vegan Protein Patties. And they don’t call them that for nothin’—one patty packs 18 grams of protein. Pick up a pack (or three) at your local Trader Joe’s store today.

Tofurky Plant-Based Burgers

Vegan meat company Tofurky launched its plant-based burgers at select Target stores. A combination of soy protein, vegetable protein, and wheat gluten gives these burgers a meaty texture that makes them perfect for grilling. Use Target’s store finder feature to see whether they’re available at a location near you.

Simple Truth Emerge Plant-Based Patties

With 20 grams of pea protein, these burger patties are hearty, flavorful, and just right for the grill. Find them at Kroger stores nationwide.

UNCUT Plant-Based Burgers

Before the Butcher’s UNCUT Plant-Based Burgers come in a regular beefless burger variety, along with roasted turkey and savory chicken flavors. The brand even has you covered for breakfast with a sausage patty. They’re all currently available at select retail locations in Southern California and will probably be more widely available soon.

The Meatless Farm Co. Meat Free Burgers

The Meatless Farm Co. is finally bringing its products to the U.S. Compassionate customers can pick up the brand’s fresh plant-based burgers, Meat-Free Ground, and vegan sausages at Whole Foods Market. The Meatless Farm Co.’s products are super-juicy and packed with protein as well as flavor.

MorningStar Farms Veggie Burgers

Following talks with PETA, Kellogg’s has announced that its entire MorningStar Farms product line will be vegan by 2023. It offers many flavors to savor, so you’ll know where to find the perfect patty for any party. The possibilities for veggie burgers are endless with vegan options such as Tex-Mex, Falafel, Roasted Garlic & Quinoa, Spicy Indian, and White Bean Chili. Look for the yellow “vegan” label on products in stores now and for even more vegan products from MorningStar in the future.

Field Roast Hand-Formed FieldBurger

Made with a base of barley, carrots, and celery, this hearty hand-formed burger can be prepared many ways, and the company’s website will show you how.

Amy’s Sonoma Veggie Burger

This veggie burger is an old classic—a staple for any awesome vegan, it continues to be delicious year after year, and is soy-free.

Dr. Praeger’s Veggie Burgers

The Cauliflower, Asian, Bombay, Italian, Tex Mex, Super Greens, Kale, California, Black Bean Quinoa, Korean, Heirloom Bean, Sweet Heat Beet, All American, Perfect Burger, Perfect Fiesta, Perfect Chick’n Spinach Pesto, Perfect Turk’y, and Mushroom Risotto veggie burgers are all vegan. That’s a lot of choices! The brand also offers three flavors of sliders: “beefy” Perfect Sliders as well as Buffalo Chik’n and Original Chick’n varieties.

Neat Meat Veggie Burger—Original Mix

Neat products are made with nuts and garbanzo beans. All four flavors of veggie burger mix are soy- and gluten-free as well as kosher.

O Organics Plant Based Organic Burger Patties

Albertsons Companies’ popular O Organics line is sold in many grocery store chains around the country. Look for these vegan burgers at Vons and Safeway.

O Organics Plant Based Protein Vegan Burger Patties

Hilary’s Eat Well Burgers

Check out these exotic flavors: “World’s Best,” Fiesta Black Bean, Grain-Free Super Cauliflower, Adzuki Bean, Hemp & Greens, Root, Spicy Thai, and Black Rice. They’re also soy-free, gluten-free, and nut-free.

Hot Dang Original Grain Burgers

The BBQ, Southwest, and Italian flavors are also vegan.

Sunshine Organic Burger

All Sunshine burgers are vegan, non-GMO, certified organic, and gluten-free. Sounds good to us.

Gardein Garden Veggie Burger

Roasted peppers, corn, carrots, onions, peas, and brown rice are some of the key ingredients of this gluten-free burger.

Sweet Earth Foods Awesome Burger

The Awesome Burger boasts 26 grams of soy-free vegan protein that comes from pea protein and wheat gluten. As of October 2019, it’s available in select retailers throughout the U.S., with plans to expand.

Looking for something a little different? These patties might just hit the spot:

Boca Chik’n Veggie Patties

Available in Original or Spicy flavors, Boca’s Chik’n Patties are crunchy and packed with protein. Try them on a bun, or cut them up to top a salad.

Having trouble finding these in stores? Make your own with these easy recipes:

The Buddhist Chef’s Black Bean Veggie Burger

Giant Vegan Beet Burger

And if you’re in a hurry, grab a vegan burger to go or have one delivered from one of these chains!

Yes, these burgers are all vegan. Are you?

These days, almost everyone knows that going vegan is a great way to help animals, reduce your impact on the environment, and improve your personal health. It’s even more apparent that we must take immediate action, take personal responsibility, and change our ways of eating to help prevent another pandemic like COVID-19. Going vegan is an easy way to have a huge impact—check out our free vegan starter kit for information about making the transition:

I Want Weekly Recipes and Lifestyle Tips!

By submitting this form, you’re acknowledging that you have read and agree to our privacy policy and agree to receive e-mails from us.

Stay up to date on the latest vegan trends and get breaking animal rights news delivered straight to your inbox!

By submitting this form, you’re acknowledging that you have read and agree to our privacy policy and agree to receive e-mails from us.

Get the Latest Tips—Right in Your Inbox
We’ll e-mail you weekly with the latest in vegan recipes, fashion, and more!

By submitting this form, you’re acknowledging that you have read and agree to our privacy policy and agree to receive e-mails from us.