A lot of people don’t ‘go vegan’ because they think it’s too expensive or difficult with kids. Sure, you could go fully plant-based and avoid processed foods, but let’s be real. Eating a vegan diet with kids or a busy schedule on a budget isn’t always convenient. Kids can be picky, and the “hanger” is all too real. And frankly, with my 10 hour summer workdays here, I’m all about convenience.
Whether you’re looking to stock your fridge or freezer, here’s my list of where to find the best deals on vegan-friendly products to feed your busy family.
- Gardein. Visit their website and sign up for their newsletter. You’ll receive the latest in news on upcoming products as well as coupons for being a loyal subscriber.
- Bragg. Whether it’s their fortified nutritional yeast or vital wheat gluten you’re after, signing up for their email list will help stock your panty on a budget that much easier.
- Beyond Meat. Download their coupon for $1 off any Beyond Meat retail product, good until June 30, 2017. Perfect for when Beyond Burgers are on sale at your local Whole Foods!
- Hillary’s Eat Well burgers can help make any backyard barbecue vegan-friendly. Hopster is offering two different coupons.
- Lightlife products can help make “pigs in a blanket”– without the pigs. Perfect for quick dinners!
- Sign up with Silk to receive special offers on nondairy milks, yogurt, and more.
- SoDelicious requests a quick sign-up to receive coupons for their products, but it’s totally worth it– if you haven’t tried their ice cream, you’ll need the coupons once you do!
- Kite Hill offers an initial $1 off coupon when you sign up for their newsletter, so I’m assuming you’ll receive special offers as you receive their subscription.
- Yves Veggie Cuisine gives out coupons on Facebook, as long as you follow them!
- Louisville Vegan Jerky offers occasional coupons, promo codes, and flash sales via their Facebook page.
- Follow Your Heart offers a $1 coupon off any product of theirs through their website.
- Califia Farms (think: almond milk and iced coffee) offers a 10% off coupon with an email subscription to their newsletter.
- Pacific Foods requests your name and email address to download and print coupons from their website.
- Vega offers a 15% discount off your next order by subscribing to their newsletter of recipes and plant-based nutrition articles!
- Lenny and Larry’s offers 15% off your first order and free shipping over $55.
- Amy’s Kitchen sends out a monthly newsletter, full of coupons, recipes, and meal plans.
- Dream, which manufactures foods such as Almond Dream ice cream, offers up a 50 cents off coupon through Hopster.
Products I could not find coupons for:
- Tofurky. Their coupon page turned into a 404 page. Perhaps it’s within a newsletter? It isn’t advertised.
- Living Harvest
- Field Roast
- Uptons Naturals
- Earth Balance used to offer coupons on their website, but now they only offer giveaways on their Facebook page.
- Sophie’s Kitchen, while offering up vegan “toona” and a monthly newsletter, doesn’t state anything about coupons within their newsletter.
- Miyoko’s Kitchen doesn’t offer any coupons outrightly, but this month, 1% of sales will be donated to Lighthouse Farm Sanctuary.
Questions for you:
How do you manage eating vegan or a plant-based diet on a budget?
What are some of your favorite vegan companies/foods from the lists above?