Trader Joe’s Launches New Vegan Mayo
The popular house brand is back with a new formula for its Vegan Mayo Spread and Dressing.
Vegan mayo has been a game changer for vegans and egg-avoidant consumers alike, and Trader Joe’s can usually be relied on to provide us with good plant-based alternatives to traditionally animal-centric products. This month, Trader Joe’s is bringing back their vegan mayo! The new mayo is a reformulated version of their previously discontinued house vegan mayo, and you’re going to want to add it to your shopping list now.
Trader Joe’s New Vegan Mayo
Trader Joe’s newly reformulated vegan mayo is making the days of vegans and health-conscious folx alike. Made with avocado oil, mustard flour, and a balanced blend of garlic, onion, and pepper, the eggy consistency is recreated with a chickpea broth blend that leaves the end product perfectly creamy and fluffy.
The new vegan mayo can be found on Trader Joe’s shelves for $4.99 and works perfectly as a sandwich spread or salad dressing. You can even use it as a base for a creamy, homemade sauce or to make your own chickpea tuna salad.
Vegan Options at Trader Joe’s
While you’re scouring the shelves for the new vegan mayo, be sure to check out all the other vegan options Trader Joe’s has to offer. The TJ’s brand carries dozens of vegan alternatives to many of your favorite foods, from cream cheese and oat milk to meatballs and banana bread. And don’t miss out on the frozen section, where they have some of the best single-serving vegan entrees available (seriously, that vegan pad thai is a lifesaver when you don’t feel like cooking!).
The best part? The Trader Joe’s brand products are often much more affordable than their brand-name counterparts (bagged vegan salad for $2.99? Yes, please!), and are just as delicious.
If you’re looking for some more vegan inspiration at Trader Joe’s, follow the popular fan account @traderjoeslist on Instagram for all of the best finds!
Photo credit: @traderjoeslist on Instagram
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.
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