Being vegan is officially mainstream. With so many delicious animal-free foods widely available, it’s never been easier (or cheaper) to save more than 100 animals each year. Let’s be real: Most people in the U.S. live within 15 miles of a Walmart. This means that along with the staples (rice, beans, pasta, fresh fruit and veggies, tofu, tortillas, hummus, peanut butter, and more!), the average American has access to an array of delicious vegan products at an affordable price.
You can even look up your local store on Walmart.com and select “vegan” under dietary needs to see which products your store offers. Did we mention vegan is mainstream? So you’re heading to Walmart and wondering where in the store to start?
The Dairy Aisle
Earth Balance Buttery Spread
West Soy, Silk, and Kikkoman nondairy milksWalmart
Silk Dairy-Free Yogurt Alternatives
Amy’s Non-Dairy Burritos
Boca Original Vegan Veggie Burgers and Boca Chik’n Veggie Patties
Amy’s Black Bean Tamale Verde
So Delicious Vegan Ice Cream
Beyond Meat products
SuperPretzel Baked Soft Pretzels
Van’s Gluten Free Blueberry Waffles
Food Should Taste Good Sweet Potato All Natural Tortilla Chips
Dr. McDougalls soups
Riceworks Sea Salt Gourmet Brown Rice Crisps
Simply Asia Sesame Teriyaki and Spicy Kung Pao Noodle Bowls
Annie Chun’s Udon Soup Bowl
Yves meatless products
Condiments and Canned Foods
Hampton Creek Just Mayo
TONS more Hampton Creek products will be hitting shelves in Walmart stores soon!
Don’t see these on your local Walmart store’s shelves? Check with the manager and request them! Also, don’t forget to check out our list of accidentally vegan snacks for even more Walmart finds.
You can shop for cosmetics without hurting animals, too. Check out our guide to Cruelty-Free Beauty Brands at Walmart!