Latest Supermarket Vegan Lists

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Some are produced monthly, others quarterly.

Tesco - new list now here

Waitrose Vegan List (dated 5 April 2016)

M and S Vegan List (dated 5 July 2016)

Aldi Vegan List (monthly - dated 15/06/16)

Sainsburys Vegan List (May 16)

Sainsburys Household Vegan  List (July 2015)

Sainsburys Vegan Cosmetics, Medical  and Toiletries list (Oct 2015)

Co-op's vegan list Nov 2015.  Booze list and April 2016 bakery list have all been uploaded to this artice over at our new site http://www.veganwomble.co.uk/wordpress/?p=109

There bakery bread items can be found on the PLU sheet kept at the till. If vegan, they say vegan under the 'V'.



Morrison's don't do a list and take about 2 months to reply if your lucky. They do have a booze list and this can be emailed to you. The wine is included in our unofficial vegan list. Members of the vegan womble chat room facebook group have put our own together from reading labels. MORRISONS 'UNOFFICAL' VEGAN LIST

Asda don't do a list anymore, however there old March 2009 list can be viewed here, but do read labels and contact them if in doubt. Members of the vegan womble chat room facebook group have put our own together from reading labels. ASDA 'UNOFFICIAL' VEGAN LIST

Lidl don't do a list, but they label quite well and will check products if you have a barcode and you contact them. They do however do a bakery list, which was provided in March 2015. Please note update regarding donuts, no longer any vegan ones. The old list is available to look at here.


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15 comments:

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  2. Sadly the Waitrose packaged Iced Finger Buns ("new recipe") are no longer vegan. Hopefully they won't do the same with the packaged Belgian Buns.

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  3. I found the supermarket list of vegan products very helpful. thank-you.

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  4. Holland and Barrett have flapjacks labelled as suitable for Vegans but on closer inspection the label says 'may ccontain traces of egg and milk'. Does that mean that they aren't actually Vegan?

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    1. No, you will find this on most products unless they are made in a vegan factory. It just means they are made in the same factory or same equipment as non vegan ones. They have to put this allergy warning due to allergic reactions. Equipment will of been cleaned in between, but there is always a chance of a trace been left behind especially on the first batches made. They are not intended ingredients, that's the main thing.

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    2. Also the supermarkets have many many things that are vegan, but not on their supermarket list, due to this reason. They are allergy lists, so this is why we have many many picture articles so you can also find the accidental vegan products too.

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    3. Thanks for the help! My daughter has been vegetarian for 4 years and has recently adopted a vegan diet. I'm finding shopping for a little more complicated but am keen to support her choice.

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  5. I have opened my eyes for so many vegan products. Thank you very much. Really appreciate your work and dedication.

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  6. As a person trying to move from vegetarian to vegan, I'm finding this to be an invaluable resource.
    Thank you so much for putting it together anf for keeping it up-to-date.
    It's *really* appreciated.

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  7. I couldn't see Tesco's own brand Almond milk on their list so sent an email. They confirmed both types, sweetened and unsweetened, are vegan. Here's their response:

    "I’ve now received a response from our Technical Manager as to whether the Tesco Almond Milk is suitable for vegans.

    He has advised that they are suitable for vegans and the vitamin D is from a microbial source and non-animal."

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  8. Love these lists, currently a vegetarian trying out vegan foods in the hope of becoming a vegan. The only thing putting me off was that I wouldn't be able to eat anywhere. Now I know differently:')

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  9. Fantastic lists thank you! Going from vegetarian to vegan and it's nice to see what I can still buy in the supermarkets :)

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  10. As a longterm vegan I'm still looking for easy ways to check what is veggie friendly. Having these lists in one place is brilliant. Thanks!

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  11. Is there any where I can get Vegan Paracetamol? All of them seem to have Magnesium Stearate as inactive ingredent, this is mostly derived from animal fat. Any help please? there seems to be no Vegan paracetamol that I can find.

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    1. Some listed on Sainsburys list. Last time I checked Co-op was ok too. http://theveganwomble.blogspot.co.uk/2015/07/sainsbury-vegan-list-toiletries-and.html

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