7 New Products You Won't Believe Are Vegan
The year is 2017, and plant-based food has officially come into its own. There are so many amazing meat-free products these days, checking out the veg section of the supermarket can totally make your head spin.
This year alone, tons of incredible new options have hit store shelves. From cheeses to seafoods to meats, you could totally serve these items to omnivores and they’d never know the difference. Better for the planet, human health, and the animals, these products are changing the world.
With that in mind, here are seven of our fave new items you won’t believe are vegan.
The most popular plant-based cheese brand is rolling out a new-and-improved version of its pervasive shreds. They stretch, melt, and taste just like the real thing, with no cow’s milk involved. They’re gradually hitting store shelves and will be rolling out to your favorite chain restaurants that serve Daiya, too.
Ever wish you could eat your favorite seafood without utterly decimating the ocean? Soon, you’ll be able to have all of the deliciousness with none of the guilt. In the first quarter of 2018, Good Catch Seafood will be rolling out products like shredded tuna, crab cakes, and fish-free patties — no animals involved.
Mac and cheese is on everyone’s favorite list of foods, and Field Roast’s new versions use their ever-popular and meltable Chao Cheese as the base. Add macaroni, and it’s everything you’ve ever missed about this comfort food favorite. It comes in two varieties: creamy and chili. Yum.
As if Miyoko’s didn’t already make a massive amount of delectable vegan cheeses, the company is expanding its line to include pub-style cheeses. These include Cheers to Chedda, Beer Garden Garlic and Chive, and Spicy Revolution. Did we mention they’re also rolling out cream cheeses? Pass us a bagel, please!
Miss pulled pork sammies? No need to pine away over your favorite sandwich anymore, thanks to Morningstar Farms. Their meal starters pulled pork is legit, and is totally delish when drenched in your favorite BBQ sauce.
This former cow’s milk dairy made the transition to plant-based milks earlier this year, and its new lineup of products is impressing everyone. Elmhurst’s non-dairy beverages come in an array of varieties, including peanut, oat, brown rice, hazelnut, and almond. Why steal from a baby cow when you don’t have to?
This family-owned, North Carolina-based company is earning rave reviews for its super hearty, satisfying plant meats. Among the favorites is Pit Boss, a slow-smoked BBQ meat that’s perfect for tailgating and Sunday suppers.