List of vegetarian and vegan companies

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Meat analogue products at a Veganz store in Berlin, Germany

This is a list of vegetarian and vegan companies that do not use animal products or animal-based products in their goods. Such companies include food manufacturers, restaurants, and cosmetics companies, among others.

Vegetarian and vegan companies[edit]

An Amy's Kitchen veggie loaf with mashed potatoes and vegetables
Two Morningstar Farms veggie burgers being cooked
A Somenoya factory in Shizuoka, Japan
TataTea
Veganz, Warschauer Straße 33, Berlin, September 2014

Restaurants[edit]

Yummy Dishes- plant based meal kit delivery company that uses fresh from the farm that is pre-cut and pre-measured for you.

See also[edit]

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