Generally speaking, you’ll be able to find vegan versions of mayo in well-stocked grocery stores. Even Walmart stocks them.
Like egg-based mayonnaise, you’ll find vegan versions at stores in two places.
First, check the refrigerated section with the perishable mayonnaise products. Many of the egg-free versions live there.
Finally, check the middle aisles for vegan options alongside other shelf-stable versions.
Do you make a vegan product that isn’t listed? Contact me.
A Quick Note: Hellman’s, owned by Unilever, also makes an egg-less mayo that is widely available.
I decided not to link to it because of their frivolous almost lawsuit and behind-the-scenes conspiracy to thwart the success of “vegan mayonnaise” made by Just, formerly Hampton Creek Foods.
I love the fact that more non-vegan companies are taking notice and creating more vegan options, I do.
Having options is vital if veganism is going to go mainstream.
If I was stranded on a desert island and the only vegan option available was Hellman’s, I would eat it.
[What? Vegans end up stranded on islands all the time.]
But, if I were at a grocery store where other choices are available, I’d choose a different brand.
That’s just me.