It can be challenging to make sure everything you buy is vegan when shopping online. Fortunately, vegan food is becoming more available in this country, allowing you to make your vegan meals at home. Here are 5 vegan online stores in the Philippines that you should spend your money on.
1. The Vegan Grocer
The Vegan Grocer in Las Pinas City has a wide assortment of meat-free, dairy-free, and egg-free products. Vegans can find plant-based meats, seafood, bread, oat milk, and more on this vegan store’s 26-page menu. There’s also hummus, fruits, and vegetables, all naturally vegan. Non-food items such as hygiene and household cleaning products are also available, making this a one-stop store for all your eco-friendly online shopping.
2. Origreens PH
Origreens PH offers both frozen and dry vegan goods. Dry goods are delivered to your door via Shopee, but you have to order via Facebook for frozen products. You’ll be pleased to learn that they have an extensive vegan menu. This store includes gluten-free, sugar-free, soy-free, frozen, and ready-to-eat dishes like vegan sisig, barbecue, and vegan spreads.
Byemeat is a vegan internet store with a wide selection of products. They’re one of the few remaining affordable vegan stores in the Philippines. Having cheaper options is essential to making a plant-based diet more accessible. They sell popular vegan products such as plant-based meats and dairy products, fresh fruits and vegetables, and snacks such as French fries, chilled taho, and Indomie instant noodles.
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4. The Plant-Based Pantry
The Plant-Based Pantry is a vegan business on Instagram that delivers throughout Metro Manila and surrounding cities from Monday to Saturday. This vegan supermarket sells various TVP (textured vegetable protein)/soy protein products made from non-GMO soybeans. There’s a wide selection of plant-based meats, from standard burger patties to Filipino staples like tapa, embotido, bagoong, and fruits, spreads, and pasta sauces. Their Instagram account is a feast for the eyes with many recipe ideas you can make with their products. They offer pickup in Southville, Pasig, and shipping through Lalamove and Grab.
5. Try Vegan PH
Try Vegan PH is an online vegan grocery store located in Paranaque that operates a retail store and cafe. They offer various vegan products, including “meat” spreads, vegan bagoong, and various sauces and cooked dishes. Try Vegan PH is also one of the best vegan grocery stores in the Philippines, with waste-free bath products and various vegan products. They’re open on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays, and Sundays from 10 am to 6 pm.
With every bite we eat, we vegans practice conscious consumption. As a result, it’s only natural for us to consider who (or what) we’re supporting with our purchases. However, we are not yet ready to grow our food or give up modern conveniences (like vegan cheese and ocean breeze-scented, non-toxic laundry detergent). Fortunately, these vegan markets offer everything you need.
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