Doing Veganuary? Ten Irish Food Producers to Try

Jan 11, 2021, by Fionnuala Malone - Category: Best of Irish

Doing Veganuary? Ten Irish Food Producers to Try

If you are one of the half a million people predicted to participate in Veganuary this year, Best of Irish is here to help with a list of the best vegan products from Irish food producers. For those following a plant-based diet, you don't have to go far to find tasty vegan treats. You can still shop local and enjoy the most delicious food from local Irish suppliers. Here are 10 Irish vegan food brands to try this Veganuary.

1. Flying Squirrel

Flying Squirrel is a vegan, plant-based cheese that uses all-natural ingredients. Their products are naturally dairy and lactose-free and are suitable for vegans and vegetarians. They have two cheeses in the range; the original almond cheese and a camembert alternative. You can find Flying Squirrel products in a selection of Supervalu. For a full list of stockists see here.

2. Buttercream Dream

Buttercream Dream is a vegan bakery making luxury cupcakes, occasion cakes and other sweet treats. They make everything in small batches and are available in selected Supervalu, Avoca and Fresh stores. For a full list of stockists, please see here. You can also place an order with them through Facebook, Instagram or by email.

3. Chocolatey Clare

Chocolatey Clare make luxury chocolate with organic and ethically-sourced ingredients. They are free from dairy and gluten and are vegan friendly. You can buy single bars, packs of six and gift boxes from their online store or find a full list of stockists here.

4. Clever Foods

Clever Foods makes award-winning gluten-free and vegan treats like snickeroos, smores and caramel squares. You can buy their products from their online store or from selected Supervalu stores with Food Academy lines.

5. Happy Tumz

Happy Tumz is a Kildare based business making gluten-free, plant-based snacks like Quinoa bites and Nutty Squares. As part of the Supervalu Food Academy programme, they are stocked in selected Supervalu stores. For more information on Happy Tumz, check out their Facebook page.

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6. Mudita Desserts

"Mudita" is Sanskrit, meaning rejoicing in other peoples good fortune. Mudita Desserts are vegan-friendly, gluten-free, soy-free and sugar-free. For more information on Mudita Desserts, check out their Facebook page. As another Food Academy alumnus, they are available in selected Supervalu stores.

7. Strong Roots

Strong Roots make plant-based freezer-friendly foods for the whole family. They are available from Supervalu, Dunnes and Tesco stores nationwide. For more information on where to buy see their stockists.

8. SuperNature Snacks

SuperNature Snacks are vegan, gluten-free, dairy-free and made with only 4 or 5 natural ingredients. They are available to buy in selected Spar, Supervalu and Dunnes Stores. For a full list of their stockists, see their handy map.

9. Nobó

Nobó are a Dublin-based food business producing a range of vegan chocolate and ice-cream which is available to purchase from their online store and from stockists nationwide.

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10. Vada Pow

Vada Pow make Bombay-style street food made using whole-food nutrient-rich plant-based ingredients. They have four products in their core range; a spiced potato cake, a sweet potato burger, Mumbai Pan Pulao and Mumbai vegetable samosas. Their products are wheat-free, dairy-free and vegan. Vada pow patties are available to buy in select Supervalu, Lidl and Spar stores nationwide.

Best of luck to everyone participating in Veganuary this year and don't forget to support your local Irish food producers!


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