Aldi Now Carries a Bunch of Vegan Products—Check Them Out!

Whether you’re a brand-new vegan or a seasoned pro, it’s always exciting to discover great new animal-free products at your local grocery store. Unfortunately, in our busy lives today, not everyone has the time to scour ingredient lists, aisle by aisle, to find new vegan products. That’s why we’ve done the work for you! Save this handy guide to shopping vegan at Aldi, and the next time that you head out for groceries, simply toss some (or all) of these great products in your cart:

Earth Grown Chickenless Patties and Tenders

Earth Grown Meatless Jumbo Hot Dogs

Aldi also carries Earth Grown Meatless Italian Sausages.

Earth Grown Southwest Quinoa Crunch Veggie Burger

Earth Grown Classic Meatless Meatballs

Earth Grown Veggie Burgers and Soy Protein Burgers in select varieties

Aldi now carries a few varieties of vegan burgers—but be sure to check the packaging. Some come with dairy cheese, so be sure to select a cheese-less option. Most of Earth Grown’s vegan products are clearly labeled as such in the upper corner of the package, and they’ll also have a “certified vegan” stamp on the box.

But if you’re really craving a vegan cheeseburger, you’re in luck. Aldi also carries vegan cheese now. Just buy some and toss it on your burger:

Earth Grown Vegan Mozzarella Style Shreds

SimplyNature Organic Soymilk (Original and Vanilla)

simplynature vanilla soymilk -- vegan products at aldi


SimplyNature also carries a line of packaged organic greens (including Baby Arugula, Baby Spinach, Mixed Greens, Spring Mix, and Chopped Kale) and frozen organic fruits (Strawberries and Blueberries) that can serve as building blocks for your meals. Seen in the picture below, SimplyNature Hash Browns(Root Vegetable and Mixed Potato varieties) are also vegan.

As more and more people go vegan, chains like Aldi are evolving to meet the demand. The availability of the products listed here may vary from location to location, but note that—like all grocery stores—Aldi also carries plenty of “accidentally vegan” products, so this guide is by no means exhaustive. Always take a peek at ingredient lists, because a product may be vegan even if the packaging doesn’t explicitly state that.

Want to see just how much vegan food you can score on a trip to Aldi? Take a look at these hauls:

Don’t live near an Aldi? Fear not! We also have a general guide to vegan grocery shopping to help you find products in other popular chains across the U.S.:

Make Every Shopping Trip All-Vegan—You Can Do It!

Going vegan is a great way to help animals, the environment, and yourself, all at once. You’ll reduce animals’ suffering, eat in a sustainable way, and improve your personal health.

This shopping guide is just one of the many free tools in PETA’s Living section that can help you follow a healthier, more compassionate lifestyle. You can go vegan, and we can help. What are you waiting for?

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