For those following an animal-free diet, this list excludes products with meat, fish, eggs, or milk in the ingredient list (products with honey are specifically noted), yet it is still amazingly long and varied. Anyone transitioning into a vegan diet for the first time or vegan veterans who are simply looking for more grocery ideas will surely find some gems. (127 pages)The Above Product Lists Are ...
- Comprehensive – From cereals to baking mixes, to milk and cheese alternatives, we have scoured every aisle to help fill your cupboards and refrigerator. Our shopping trips have covered both mainstream grocers and natural food grocers, identifying foods that are dairy ingredient-free (including casein, lactose, and whey).
- Trans Fat Free – While the options are still extensive, our lists cut out the hydrogenated oils (trans fats) and high fructose corn syrup.
- Active Links – Questions on the products? Live in a remote area where products are hard to find? Click right through to the company’s website to obtain more information. Plus, most products are available to purchase online.
What is No Dairy? Our lists contain products, which at the time of our research, were made without any milk-based ingredients. If you are seeking products made without eggs as well, then the Complete No Dairy Product List for Multiple Food Concerns or the Vegan Product List should assist you. The "No" in No Dairy, No Gluten, No Soy, etc., indicates that the products are made without that ingredient to the best of our knowledge, but keep in mind that cross-contamination is a big possibility in many manufacturing facilities. If concerned, use the web links within our product lists to obtain the contact information for the manufacturers, and inquire directly about processes. Always consult the ingredient statement prior to consumption of any product and if trace amounts of any food are a concern for you, always contact the manufacturer prior to consumption.