Public Goods is your one-stop shop for groceries, household items, and personal care products. Their membership program allows you to browse healthy, sustainable options at affordable prices. The company’s minimalistic packaging and simple design keeps costs low and aesthetics pleasing.
It’s that time of year when you put away the tees and tanks and pull out the sweaters. There’s nothing like enjoying a warm mug of pumpkin spice nog while wrapped in an oversized knobby knit cardigan. Here are nine brands to help you upgrade that fall wardrobe.
Wondering what to feed your vegan fur babies? We’ve got the answers! When it comes to finding food for our pups, we want to make sure they have the best nutrition possible. That’s why we’ve curated a list of vegan and veg-friendly brands that offer dog food, treats, supplements, and more!
These brands offer biker shorts that are trendy and earth-friendly––hey, that rhymes! Whether you’re an avid mountain biker, spin class enthusiast, or have never sat on a two-wheeler in your life, we can all agree that biker shorts are one of the hottest new movements in the fashion scene. With the stretchiness of leggings and the breeziness of short-shorts (without all the chafing), these mid-length bottoms hit the sweet spot for comfort and style. Here are a few of our favorites!
In efforts to serve their popular dishes to customers of various diet preferences, Burger Lounge is testing an array of plant-based options that match the quality and culinary capabilities of their non-vegan offerings. From burgers and fries to milkshakes, this trendy California-based burger joint is pulling out all the stops for us plant eaters!
SÜPRMARKT, an organic pop-up grocery serving Angelenos in South Central, has found a permanent home at 3526 W Slauson Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90043. The grocery store has been fighting for food justice since its inception in 2016, and has since provided more than 70,000 pounds of fresh, organic food to those living in the Los Angeles area.
Kroger’s own brand, natural and organic line Simple Truth, is massively expanding its Simple Truth Plant Based Collection through 2020. The company promised to launch 50+ new plant-based products by the end of the year starting with its Emerge Chick’n patties and grinds. The new products are an extension of the already successful line of vegan-friendly items that includes vegan chocolate chip cookie dough, oat milk, non-dairy sour cream, and plant-based meats.
Milkadamia, makers of decadent macadamia-based milks, creamers, butter, and cooking oils, introduces two new creamer flavors—Chai and Cinnamon—planned to launch in November. The new product will initially be available on Amazon and, later (in early 2021), in various retailers.
We’re rounding up all of the treats, with none of the tricks this October 18th to celebrate National Chocolate Cupcake Day. Here are some of the best spots around the city to pick up this handheld indulgence so you can pumpkin carve with one hand and snack with the other.
Get in the Halloween spirit with these spooky vegan desserts in Los Angeles! From cupcakes, donuts, and cake pops to conchas and milkshakes, these frightfully festive treats are the perfect way to celebrate the haunted holiday.
Don’t get us wrong, we love tofu scrambles and chickpea flour omelets, but we much appreciate the convenience and deliciousness of vegan egg alternatives. These genius inventions are perfect for our favorite brunch staples like veggie hash, plant-based frittatas, and breaky sandwiches. Check out our list of six vegan egg products you need to try.
Celebrate National Dessert Day by ordering these wickedly delicious vegan Halloween desserts! Whether you’re looking for a frightfully-decorated treat, or prefer a classic pumpkin-flavored product, these vegan bakeries and chocolate shops have a wide selection of fall desserts to choose from. Oh, and did we mention they ship nationwide? Score!
Everyone needs a go-to chocolate cookie, so consider this your new one. Gooey and thick, this rich chocolate cookie is grain-free, vegan, and refined sugar-free—sweetened only with Just Date Syrup. It’s gonna be a ritual, starting tonight.
This uber creamy 20-minute vegan mac delivers the tang of sharp cheddar from a surprising source—sun-dried tomatoes! A few basil leaves add complexity to the flavors without making it taste “tomato basil-y.” I like to top it with hemp seeds for a little extra texture and nutrition, but that’s totally optional. Use chickpea or lentil pasta to make this mac ‘n cheez super healthy! Add a side of steamed green beans or broccoli for a complete meal.
LA-based Goodmylk Co. delivers frozen and powdered plant mylks straight to your door. Available in hemp, almond, and a new Almond Latte Creamer, these organic mylks can stay frozen up to a year and, once thawed, provide a rich, creamy, homemade taste without all the draining, straining, and hassle of making it yourself.
Allie is a writer, musical theatre performer, yoga instructor, and walking vegan restaurant directory. On any given day, you can catch her making tofu scramble, scouring Trader Joe’s for new plant-based products, or watching The Lizzie McGuire Movie! Visit her website at alexandrammitchell.com.
Anja is a plant-based dietitian by day and vegan foodie by night. She offers virtual nutrition coaching for vegan and veg-curious clients. Check out her site for coaching services, recipes, and nutrition tips at vegcentricdietitian.com.
Cayla is an event planner, copywriter, catering manager, and vegan foodie. If she’s not working, she’s probably catching one of her favorite composers in concert, riding her bike to the movies, watching a gorgeous sunset at the bluff in Long Beach, or convincing her girlfriend to go out to eat at another vegan restaurant ... again.
Vegan 4 years, Kayla Pasko is originally from Milwaukee, WI and graduated from St. John’s University in 2015 with a degree in communications. When she’s not scoping out trendy vegan spots in NYC you can find her reading, taking a yoga class, or shopping at Trader Joe’s.
Vegan 15 years, Tammie is a VegOut OG, with the team since its beginnings. Self-proclaimed super-woke wellness guru, she's an author, dreamer, and YouTube star wannabe. Her passion, aside from writing about #alltheveganfood, is helping individuals overcome personal barriers to happiness and success.
Tanya Flink is an Orange County journalist willing to run for vegan food. She's written for several plant-based publications, including VegNews, Organic Authority, EcoSalon, and LIVEKINDLY. She currently serves as the Content Manager for Switch4Good.