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What is the best online grocery shop to use for cruelty free foods?

food, food, food.

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KathrynJoyce KathrynJoyce NSW Posts: 8
1 8 Dec 2011
I hardly have time to go to do my food shopping, I only go on late night shopping and usually manage to get to Coles or woollies but they don't really seem to have much of a variety..
So I find myself loading up on carbs and processed foods.

What’s a good online store where I can find some yummy ingredients that aren't going to be
Dodgy?

Thanks guys. Lots of food questions from me I know.. hahaha
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Nobody Nobody QLD Posts: 593
2 8 Dec 2011
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xAshlee xAshlee TAS Posts: 722
3 8 Dec 2011
Yep ^those ones above but also

The vegan store
http://www.theveganstore.com.au/

And Paws
http://www.paws.org.au/store/

I like to shop around as theres often monthly specials etc, and diff postage costs happy

Ive ordered vegan cheese, chocolate etc from these stores.
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KathrynJoyce KathrynJoyce NSW Posts: 8
4 9 Dec 2011
Awesome !!


thanks heaps guys happy
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jack jack VIC Posts: 1463
5 9 Dec 2011
cruelty free shop ws the first and in my opinion still the best by far!
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Emilia Emilia WA Posts: 285
6 9 Dec 2011
Ok guys, this is what we need:

1. A person who has loads of cash or someone who is willing to give away lots of cash.

2. Someone to run a business.

3. Create vegetarian/vegan supermarket.

4. ??????

5. Profit!
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Beemo Beemo United States Posts: 1259
7 9 Dec 2011
I like vegan perfection the best. They always seem to have the lowest prices, and they also have monthly specials.
http://www.veganperfection.com.au/productpage.php?id=48

Uproar shop is also really good. They don't have a huge variety, but the stuff they do sell is generally cheaper than other stores. For example the vegan candy bars are only $3.30 whereas everywhere else they are around $5.
http://www.uproar.org.au/uproar-shop/
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JayT JayT VIC Posts: 525
8 9 Dec 2011
Emilia said:
Ok guys, this is what we need:

1. A person who has loads of cash or someone who is willing to give away lots of cash.

2. Someone to run a business.

3. Create vegetarian/vegan supermarket.

4. ??????

5. Profit!
Radical Grocery here in Melbourne is trying to do that, but it's only one store. It's not as easy as it would seem (sadly).

Also on topic: http://www.uproar.org.au/uproar-shop/
Very good for exclusive items.
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ckimana ckimana NSW Posts: 2545
9 9 Dec 2011
I mainly use Green Edge. And The Cruelty Free Shop as a close second. Green Edge have a huge range and I've found them to be really competitive.

Also, if you like Lamyong mock meats: www.wholefoodcentral.com.au. They're based in Bathurst.
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