Eating Out
  • A Vegan Guide to Dining Out (

    Your local vegan dining options are probably much better than you think. Here's how to find the most vegan-friendly restaurant offerings in your area.

  • Vegan Guide to Eating Out (Vegan Outreach)

    Eating out doesn't have to be difficult. It’s possible to enjoy a filling, tasty vegan meal almost anywhere you eat.

  • HappyCow

    Find vegan/vegetarian restaurants and health food stores worldwide, using their website or mobile app. HappyCow was founded in 1999 as a public service to assist travelers and people everywhere find plant-based / vegan options and healthy food.


    The goal of the guide is to provide a tool that makes it easier for people to find vegetarian and vegan restaurants and stores.

  • Eating In
  • Choose Veg

    Wondering what to eat? Here are 30 easy, familiar meal ideas for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.

  • Vegan Recipes (PETA)

    Search PETA's database of delicious, mouthwatering, vegetarian and vegan recipes.

  • Vegan Starter Kit

  • Meal Delivery - US
  • PlantPure Nation Meals

    You heat it up. U.S. only. The meals are flash frozen and are all vegan with a focus on health.

  • Purple Carrot

    You do the cooking. In each order, you’ll receive all the fresh, hassle-free ingredients you need to prepare delicious entrées in the comfort of your home. You provide the occasional cup of water or dash seasoning (salt and pepper) and a splash of oil from your pantry. All your ingredients for your meals will arrive perfectly portioned so that all you need to do is heat up the stove and chop up some veggies.

  • Thrive Foods Direct

    You heat it up. U.S. only. The food is made fresh, and while it is in a chilled box, it must be placed in the refrigerator as close to pick up/delivery time as possible.

  • Veestro

    You heat it up. U.S. only. Each product is fresh frozen using the latest technology to optimize freshness. And they're all vegan.

  • Meal Delivery - UK
  • allplants

    You heat it up. U.K. only. Meals arrive frozen and they are all vegan.

  • Ingredients to Avoid
  • Animal-Derived Ingredients List (PETA)

    PETA’s list of animal-derived ingredients and their alternatives is here to help you avoid animal ingredients in food, cosmetics, and other products. Keep in mind that this list is not all-inclusive.

  • Avoid These Animal-Derived Non Vegan Items

    This alphabetical glossary list covers both food ingredients and ingredients commonly found in non-food items like medicines, personal care items, cleaning products, supplements, and vitamins.

  • Ingredients List (Vegan Peace)

    Ingredients are marked as coming from an animal, vegan, or existing in both animal and vegan versions.

  • Non vegan ingredients to avoid

    Ingredients found in many products that may be animal parts.

  • Vegetarian Journal's Guide To Food Ingredients

    This is a partial listing of common food ingredients taken from an ongoing VRG food ingredients project. Their objective is to provide an easy-to-read, useful list of ingredients commonly found in many foods and beverages that indicates whether they are vegetarian, vegan, or non-vegetarian.