Basquet specializes in offering a selection of sustainable products to those avoiding the top allergens, including a variety of products suitable for vegans.
We’ve seen a lot of specialized online grocers pop up over the past couple of years. Whether you’re looking for a specific vegan product that your local store doesn’t carry or are looking to find new products to try, these online platforms have opened the doors to many new opportunities. Basquet is a curated allergen-free online grocer launching in spring 2022.
Allergy-Friendly Online Grocer with Vegan Options
Basquet is a female-founded specialized modern online grocer created for individuals and families who are looking for allergen-free products. The platform will focus on selling products that are free of the top eight allergens (soy, tree nuts, peanuts, dairy, gluten, fish, shellfish, and egg), as well as products that cater to certain dietary and lifestyle choices, such as kosher, organic, keto, and vegan.
Basquet promises that they’ve done the research and scoured labels to find products appropriate to just about every dietary and lifestyle need so their customers don’t have to. Customers will be able to browse products by dietary preference and allergies to find the best alternative to the product they’re looking for.
Vegan Options from Basquet
While not everything on the vegan-friendly online grocer will be vegan, there will be plenty of options for those looking for exclusively plant-based products. When Basquet launches in the spring, the online grocer will feature products from over 100 brands, including several well-known vegan and vegan-friendly favorites such as LesserEvil Foods Organic Popcorn, Sproud plant-based pea milk, and Siete Foods tortilla chips.
The other available vegan products will range from fruit-filled granola and chips to sunflower seed butter and matcha powder. The full list of products and vendors will be available at ShopBasquet.com when the site goes live next month. If you want to be notified when the site goes live, visit the website and sign up for updates via phone or email.