Generally speaking, you’ll be able to find vegan mayo in well-stocked grocery stores. Even Walmart stocks them.
Like mayonnaise, you’ll find vegan versions at stores in two places.
First, check the refrigerated section with the other perishable mayonnaise products. Many of the egg-free versions live there.
Next, check the aisle for vegan options alongside other shelf-stable versions.
Look for the following vegan mayo brands:
Do you make a vegan mayo that isn’t listed? Contact me.
A Quick Note: Hellman’s, owned by Unilever, also makes an egg-less mayo. 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.