Nurishh vegan Camembert – ethical rating

In this post I’m taking a look at Nurishh vegan Camembert – one of the best vegan cheeses that I’ve found at an affordable price. I bought this product at Tesco Extra in Ireland (€4) and it’s available in the UK too. Hope to see it in the US soon.

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.

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.

Nature’s Path Pumpkin Raisin Crunch cereal

I bought a box of Nature’s Path Pumpkin Raisin Crunch cereal at the Grocery Outlet. I’m not in the market for nutritionally poor cereals, whether flakes, puffs, charms, loops, or Os. This cereal, comprised of organic whole grains and seeds, is more substantial and nutritious than most. 5/5 Green Stars for social and environmental impact!

Kiss My Face olive oil soap – sustainability

Here I’ll take a look at olive oil soap from Kiss My Face, a longstanding vegan and cruelty-free product. Topics include the impact of liquid soap versus bar soap and sustainability of olives. Overall, I think that Kiss My Face deserves 4.5 Green Stars for social and environmental impact.

Lärabar – social and environmental impact

Here I’ll review two products from Lärabar – a hemp seed brownie and an apple cobbler protein bar. Overall, I think that Lärabar, now owned by General Mills, deserves 3.5 Green Stars for social and environmental impact.

Endangered Species Oat Milk Dark Chocolate

Endangered Species Chocolate (ESC) has brought out a range of vegan “milk” chocolate bars made with oat milk! I picked up one of them at the Grocery Outlet that’s 55% cacao: Oat Milk + Dark Chocolate. 4.5 Green Stars for social and environmental impact.v