Lots of supermarket chains across the country have added vegan-friendly food ranges to their shop shelves during the last year.

From plant-based cheeses, to on-the-go lunches and ready meals, there are now plenty of options available.

We've rounded up the supermarkets selling vegan ranges and brands to make your shopping trip easier.


Asda has just released a line of vegan-friendly lunches which includes onion bhaji wraps, Mexican bean salads and hummus and falafel sandwiches.

It also sells Quorn products - which can be used to make bolognese and stir fries as a substitute for meat - as well as Violife, a vegan cheese brand.


Aldi has a range of vegan protein powders and a snack range, ideal for those who like to work out and stay active. According to the Vegan Society, the budget supermarket also sells a collection of plant-based mint chocolate waves, gooey mint bars and marzipan logs.

It also sells soya and almond milk too.

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Shoppers can pick up lentil soup, which has carrot, sweet potatoes, tomatoes and chickpeas, as well as a frozen butternut squash and quinoa roast and a three bean chili.

Lunch options include onion bhaji sandwiches, red pepper and Kalamata olives, and a coconut and cauliflower meal pot.

Marks & Spencer

M&S sells edamame bean burgers - as well as sweetcorn and chickpea ones - and a selection of spring rolls. At the beginning of January the high street retailer received a barrage of criticism from customers for selling cauliflowers for £2.50, with some shoppers claiming they were overpriced.

It also sells beetroot and apple slaw sandwiches which are filled with kale pesto, as well as soy ginger and chili quinoa snacks, rainbow veggie crisps, and cauliflower, coconut and lentil dahl.


Morrisons has a free-from range which sells products for shoppers with dietary needs, including vegan appropriate foods.

You can buy dairy free butter, milk, cheese and yogurts as well as chocolates, snack bars, soups and sweet treats.


Sainsbury’s has a fairly extensive range of vegan-friendly food on offer including coconut ice lollies, lentil burgers, Quorn products and ice cream.


Tesco added a new range of vegan foods to its stores at the beginning of the year to accommodate the growing market. The Wicked Kitchen range includes ready meals like pizzas, Thai curries and teriyaki noodles as well as sandwiches, wraps and salads.


Waitrose sells a range of pizzas, bean burgers, soups and snacks that are all suitable for a plant-based diet.