The No Meat Company’s vegan sausage rolls – “No Porkies” – are a pretty good buy, in my opinion. Unlike many other sausage rolls, they contain no palm oil, and the packaging is a simple cardboard box – no plastic. 4.5 out of 5 Green Stars for social and environmental impact.
Tag Archives: Grocery Outlet
Beyond Good chocolate – review and ethical rating
Beyond Good is a chocolate company that aims to benefit cacao farmers in Madagascar and Uganda through direct trade purchasing and local manufacturing. I picked up a bar of their Uganda chocolate with crispy rice at the Grocery Outlet to try it out.
Simulate Nuggs – review & ethical rating
2 lb boxes of Simulate Nuggs are on sale for $10 at the Grocery Outlet. Almost indistinguishable from chicken nuggets in taste, but far superior in terms of sustainability and ethics.
Grocery Outlet wine sale, Nov 2-8, 2022
From November 2-8, 2022, the Grocery Outlet will be holding its biannual wine sale – all wine will be discounted a further 20%. My top pick: Château Lavabre La Closerie Pic Saint-Loup.
Beyond Chicken Tenders at the Grocery Outlet – sustainability & ethical rating
Beyond Chicken Tenders are now on sale for $2.99 or even $1.99 at the Grocery Outlet. Almost indistinguishable from chicken nuggets in taste, but far superior in terms of sustainability and ethics.
Sweet Earth Benevolent Bacon
I picked up my favorite vegan bacon, Sweet Earth’s Benevolent Bacon at the Grocery Outlet for $2 (normally around $5). Vegan, partly organic, fairly minimal packaging – 4.0 Green Stars.
Lightlife tempeh strips – sustainability, review
I picked up some Lightlife Tempeh (smoky bacon strips) at the Grocery Outlet for $3 (normally around $5) and was surprised at how good it was. Organic, vegan, carbon neutral – 4.5 Green Stars.
JUST vegan egg bites – sustainability, review
JUST, the San Francisco plant-based food company mostly known for its vegan egg products has brought out a series of sous-vide vegan egg bites. 4.5 Green Stars for social and environmental impact.
Blue Evolution seaweed pasta
This week’s post is about a new seaweed pasta product from Blue Evolution. I’m a fan for three main reasons: flavor, nutrition, and sustainability. Sustainability is the key here – we should all be eating seaweed to heal this planet. Blue Evolution is a forerunner in bringing sustainable seaweed aquaculture to US shores. 4.5 Green Stars for social and environmental impact.
Miyoko’s Farmhouse Cheddar – review & ethical rating
Miyoko Schinner is a pioneer in the field of vegan dairy. I’m including Miyoko’s Farmhouse Cheddar on my list of the best vegan cheeses. Ethically, I think it deserves a perfect score of 5 Green Stars for social and environmental impact.