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The 8 Best Store-Bought Vegan Deli Slices

Find these plant-based cold cuts at a grocery store near you!

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Find these plant-based cold cuts at a grocery store near you!

From deli sandwiches and “meaty” salads to charcuterie boards and DIY Lunchables, bring on the vegan lunchmeat. Whether you’re searching for plant-based ham, bologna, turkey, or pepperoni, we’ve got you more than covered. Check out our list of the best store-bought vegan deli slices! You can find these plant-based cold cuts at a grocery store near you.


Grab a vegan bun, plant-based cheese, your favorite condiments, and Tofurky deli slices for the best homemade sandwich around. With Oven Roasted, Hickory Smoked, Bologna, and Peppered slices, the sandwich creations are basically endless. Whip up a new protein-rich sando each day of the week, or pile on multiple meats for a truly loaded handheld.

Tofurky vegan deli meat with sandwich and fruit

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We’re heading to the plant-based deli for this one! Lightlife offers three Smart Deli varieties to enjoy sans cruelty. Choose from ham, bologna, and turkey slices for your game day cheese board and holiday deli platter alike. These plant-based cold cuts are packed with vegan protein and free from saturated fat, cholesterol, and nitrites. Of course, they make a mean vegan sandwich.

Lightlife vegan lunch meat package

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Yves Veggie Cuisine

You can catch us up in the club … club sandwich that is. From bologna, turkey, and ham to salami and pepperoni deli slices, Yves Veggie Cuisine has the perfect ingredients for a seriously packed club sandwich. Just add vegan mayo and sliced cheese for a nontraditional take on everyone’s favorite lunchtime handheld.

Yves vegan lunch meat with sandwich

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Simple Truth

Your local Kroger store offers Salt & Pepper Turkey and Black Forest Ham Style meatless slices. These tasty store-bought deli meats from Simple Truth were made for vegan wraps, meat and cheese roll-ups, and veggie-packed chef salads. Keep a pack on hand as a quick lunch, dinner, or snack ingredient.

Packages of Simple Truth vegan deli meat

Simple Truth Photo by Kimberly Clayton Jones

Sweet Earth

From turkey sandwiches and Italian subs to ham and cheese omelets made with vegan egg, Sweet Earth has the hookup on the store-bought vegan deli slices. No matter what meal you’re planning to whip up, Sweet Earth’s Applewood Smoked Flavored Ham, Italian-Style Pepperoni, and Oven Roasted Turkey are both tasty and versatile.

Person holding Sweet Earth vegan lunch meat

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Unreal Deli

For snacktime pinwheels made with tortillas, cream cheese, Steak Slices, or lunchtime Reuben sandwiches piled high with sauerkraut, dairy-free Swiss, and Corn’d Beef, Mrs. Goldfarb’s Unreal Deli has the goods. Featured on Shark Tank, these gourmet vegan deli slices are not to be missed. You’re going to want to grab one of each.

Person holding Unreal Deli vegan lunch meat

Unreal Deli Photo by Allie Mitchell

Field Roast

From hot dogs and pepperoni to buffalo wings and burgers, Field Roast knows plant-based meats. The brand also offers creative varieties of meat-free slices like Mushroom & Balsamic, Lentil & Sage, and Smoked Tomato Plant-Based Deli Slices. We love loading these on tasty flatbreads, cheesy paninis, and grilled wraps. Extra credit for adding the brand’s Chao vegan cheese slices.

Packages of vegan deli meat from Field Roast

Field Roast Photo by Simply Organic NZ

Plant Provisions

With options like, Mesquite BBQ, Wild Truffle, and Smokehouse, Plant Provisions is bringing vegan lunch meat to the table, and it’s free from gluten, soy, and GMOs. These truly plant-based deli slices are made with vegetables like parsnips, carrots, and bell peppers along with legumes like chickpeas and pea protein. You know we love to see it!

Plant Provisions vegan deli meat with potatoes

Courtesy of Plant Provisions

Anja Grommons

Anja Grommons


During her studies to become a registered dietitian, Anja—a longtime vegetarian—transitioned to a vegan diet. Living in Kalamazoo, Michigan at the time (Go Broncos!), she met Maggie and Tammie through VegOut Kalamazoo (one of VegOut’s first focus cities) and began collaborating with the duo. When she’s not writing about new vegan eats, practicing as a pediatric clinical dietitian, and virtually coaching fellow plant-based eaters, you can find her creating veg-centric recipes, trying new cruelty-free products, and spending time with her partner Addison and cat Kovu.

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