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List of vegetarian and vegan companies
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
Veganz, Warschauer Straße 33, Berlin, September 2014
Beyond Meat Burger
Beneras Vegetarian - Malaysia Based Top selling High quality Organic Soy and Mushroom based Product.
Alpro – European company based in Belgium that markets organic and non-organic, non-genetically modified,   soy based food and drink products. Alpro became a division of  Danone with its 2016 acquisition of WhiteWave Foods.
Amy's Kitchen – family-owned, privately held company in Petaluma, California, that manufactures vegetarian Organic food and non-GMO convenience and frozen foods.
Beauty Without Cruelty – British company that manufactures vegan cosmetics,  which contain no  animal products, and are not tested on animals. 
Beyond Meat – producers of mass-market pea protein-based products designed to replace animal protein. ( El Segundo, California)
Bikanervala – vegetarian Indian sweets and snacks manufacturer based in Delhi, India. Boca Foods – manufacturer of
Boca Burgers, a soy protein and wheat gluten veggie burger; a subsidiary of Kraft Foods.  
Celestial Seasonings teas – a division of Hain Celestial Group.
Daiya – Canadian dairy alternative food company located in Vancouver, British Columbia.
Earth's Own Food Company – Canadian health food manufacturing company that manufactures the So Good soy beverage in Canada owned by the Seventh-day Adventist Church.
Eden Foods Inc. – organic food company in the United States that produces the Edensoy line of organic  soy milk.
Follow Your Heart – makers of Vegenaise and other vegan and vegetarian food products.
Gardein – meat-free foods developed by Canadian Yves Potvin (formerly of Yves Deli Cuisine) as Garden Protein International, manufactured from soy, wheat, grains and vegetables, including pea protein. Acquired by  Pinnacle Foods in 2014.
Goshen Alimentos – Brazilian vegetarian and vegan food manufacturer.
Happy Family – manufacturer of vegetarian, organic Happy Baby foods.
Impossible Foods — founded in 2011 by Stanford University biochemistry professor Patrick O. Brown.
Innocent Drinks – produces and purveys smoothies and juice products.
JUST, Inc. – founded in 2011 as Hampton Creek Foods, Inc. Several products, including non- GMO, egg-free, gluten-free, Kosher spread and dressing. Just Mayo launched in 2013.
La Loma Foods – formerly Loma Linda Foods. Food manufacturer of "Loma Linda" brand vegetarian and vegan foods. Acquired in 1991 by  Morningstar Farms originator, Ohio's Worthington Foods, which was then acquired, in 1999, by Kellogg's and then, in 2015, by the Atlantic Natural Foods Company (Meatless Select, Caroline’s brands), of Nashville, North Carolina.   
LightLife – produces vegetarian and vegan meat substitutes.
Linda McCartney Foods – British food brand specializing in vegetarian and vegan food. 
Lush – cosmetics company that produces creams, soaps, shampoos, shower gels, lotions, moisturizers, scrubs, masks and other cosmetics using only vegetarian or vegan recipes.
Make My Day Foods Inc — manufacturer of the Veggie Puck, founded in 2016 in Toronto, Canada.
Morning Star Farms – Worthington Foods of Ohio developed vegetarian, soy-based meat alternative food products. In 1999, Worthington Foods was acquired by  Kellogg's and then, in 2015, by the Atlantic Natural Foods Company, without the Morning Star brand.  In the 21st Century, Morning Star manufactures a variety of vegetarian foods. 
Nayonaise - founded in Leominster, Massachusetts, in 1977 as Nasoya Foods, Inc., acquired by Vitasoy in 1990, which was then acquired by Pulmuone Co., Ltd. in 2016.
Plamil Foods – British manufacturer of vegan food products. 
Quorn, British meat substitute company headquartered in Stokesley North Yorkshire and owned by Monde Nissin Corporation.
Ripple Foods — California producer of non-gmo, gluten-free, soy-free, non-dairy, pea protein-based Ripple dairy alternatives, made without carrageenans. 
Sabra – U.S.-based Israeli company which produces Middle Eastern-style dips and other food products. All Sabra products are certified  kosher and vegetarian.   
Sahmyook Foods – South Korean food company producing a large range of soy milks and vegetarian products, which is owned by the Seventh-day Adventist Church. 
Sanitarium Health and Wellbeing Company – Trading name of two sister food companies (Australian Health and Nutrition Association Ltd and New Zealand Health Association Ltd).  wholly owned by the  Seventh-day Adventist Church. 
Somenoya – manufacturer of tofu and eco-friendly soy-based foods located in Chuo Ward, Tokyo.
Sweet Earth Foods – manufacturer of vegan, ready-made meals based in Moss Landing, California. Acquired by Nestlé in 2017.
Worthington Vegan Salami Deli Slices
Turtle Island Foods – produces Tofurky, a vegetarian and vegan alternative to turkey, as well other meatless products. 
Tropic Skincare — British natural skincare and cosmetics company.
Veganz – world's first vegan supermarket chain, headquartered in Berlin, Germany 
Vegepet – vegan dog and cat food manufactured by Harbingers of a New Age, based in Troy, Montana. WhiteWave Foods – plant-based foods and beverages, and organic produce distributed throughout North America and Europe. WhiteWave was purchased by Danone on 7 July 2016, and was rebranded as DanoneWave, then subsequently rebranded as Danone North America, in 2018. 
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"Tofurky maker, Turtle Island Foods, plans a $10 million plant in Hood River". The Oregonian. August 2, 2011 . Retrieved . April 13, 2017
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