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Top 20 Best Food and Beverage Shopify Stores

Top 20 Best Food and Beverage Shopify Stores

Food and beverage eCommerce is thriving, but certain businesses are outperforming others. There are a plethora of different sorts of food and beverage goods that you can sell but this also means that there is a lot of competition out there.

In order to have a successful online business, you must create standout products and have a standout website. We chose to look into the best food and beverage eCommerce web design examples to help you with your next brand refresh or product launch. 

As the food and beverage eCommerce industry continues to grow, many merchant entrepreneurs are likely to pick Shopify to create their business. If you've already made this decision, this article will help you discover some of the best food and beverage brands on Shopify in 2021 and how they’ve utilized the platform.

Shopify is a subscription-based e-commerce platform that allows customers to simply develop and sell online stores. Users may create a basic online store in seconds or a one-of-a-kind site with features that attract more visitors and, eventually, purchases.

If you need help setting up your Shopify store and need a custom theme designed for your brand, get in touch with Webinopoly’s Shopify Experts today. Webinopoly is an Award-Winning Digital Agency and are experts in Design, Setup, Development, and Marketing. Our services range from building your Shopify store to theme customization, website development, migration to Shopify, SEO, and marketing.

With their innovative designs, simple user interfaces, user-friendly functionality, interactive experiences, captivating content, and careful integration of eCommerce technologies, the following Food & Beverage Shopify stores captured our hearts.

  1. Magic Spoon

Magic Spoon recreates the charming flavors and branding of your favorite childhood cereals but with fewer carbs and better ingredients. Think of it as kids’ cereal but for adults.

The concept of the Magic Spoon eCommerce website is very attractive to young consumers, probably millennials and Gen Z. Though the product, cereal, is a breakfast staple, their branding lets them stand out from more established brands.

To prevent cluttering the Product pages with long ingredient lists, details are displayed instead when you hover over each item.

Another of the unique aspects of the Magic Spoon online store is a page dedicated to comparing its product to other comparable items on the market. This shows why their product is much better than what’s in the market.

  1. Pipcorn

One of the best Shopify Stores, Pipcorn, recognizes the health concerns of today’s market. It’s a women and minority-owned business that was founded in 2012 and quickly became a household name. When it comes to popcorn, Pipcorn is the healthier, better option and is created from small, heirloom kernels.

You can see right away what this product is all about when you visit their website. It's like popcorn, but better! You're greeted by a banner that reads "The classics you love, but better for you," and who doesn't want that?

As far as Shopify websites go, this is one of the best designed ones. Pipcorn's website complements the brand's fun-loving image. It appears to be heavily influenced by the brand's artisanal packaging and features creative artwork to provide a whimsical element. They've also incorporated stunning animations that entice viewers into the Pipcorn world with surprising twists and fascinating patterns. Icons are used to attract attention to product features, and everything comes together to emphasize the deliciousness of these snacks.

  1. Love Good Fats

Suzie Yorke developed Love Good Fats after years of research into the nutritional advantages of good fats. After that, she came up with keto-friendly and tasty Love Good Fats bars. North Americans may now consume and enjoy healthy fats at their convenience.

Just like Skinny Teatox, Love Good Fats shows you all the benefits right away and one can’t help but be intrigued by the sweet-looking bars with only 1-2 grams of sugar. As you scroll through you’ll find more reasons to love the brand.

The brand also incorporates fun little animations that give the website a nice interactive touch.

  1. Ugly Drinks

Fun brand with a fun website. Ugly Drinks is a beverage company that offers sparkling water, flavored seltzers and energy drinks without the sugar or any sweetener.

To emphasize these benefits, they have a humorous animation on their website with animated fruits holding up signs. It demonstrates a lot of the brand's personality and is a unique technique to pique a customer's interest in the product. It's also really eye-catching.

Aside from the website aesthetic, there is humorous copy all over the place. It's a fun approach to illustrate what the brand stands for. It can also boost brand recall because it is so fresh and unique.

  1. Partake

Denise Woodward founded Partake Foods, a cookie company, after learning that her daughter had been diagnosed with a severe case of food allergies. Every item on the menu is free from any of the eight most common food allergies. Those with dietary restrictions can eat the cookies without fear of a reaction.

Instead of having a boring, old ingredients list, Partake has a collage of the ingredients and a fun, short copy.

If you click, “Learn more”, you get this nice interactive board of the ingredients that they use in their cookies. Overall, Partake’s website is very engaging, and not to mention, the lovely color palette used is beautiful and pleasing to the eye.

  1. Ka’Chava

Ka'Chava is a full meal replacement, plant-based shake that debuted in 2014. It’s marketed as an all-in-one superfood meal containing a complete spectrum of vitamins and minerals, and all the other good stuff. It’s worth noting that this is a company that cares about the environment as much as it cares about improving people's health. As a partner of The Rainforest Trust, the brand has helped in the conservation of nearly 25,126 acres of rainforest since 2017.

The website is just as impressive as the brand. To show you how healthy their shakes are, Ka’Chava spreads out a multitude of product shots, not forgetting to remind you of what’s in their shakes.

If you're interested in learning more about the company, there are several videos and infographics available all over the website. Plus, in order to make a strong visual impact on clients, they have a page dedicated to the more than 70 superfoods present in their shakes.

  1. Sakara

Home meal delivery business Sakara delivers nutrient-dense products, prepared by professional chefs, and delivered straight to your door. Your purchase will be delivered in coolers to keep it cool and fresh within 48 hours of ordering.

Sakara, in contrast to other food brands, has a more subdued color palette. It has a more elegant and high-end feel because of the deeper colors and choice of typefaces.

The website automatically detects your location and provides you with access to further information about the firm as soon as you enter the site. If you reside outside of the United States, this welcome message is a nice touch since it encourages you to learn about the company even if they can't deliver to your location.

  1. Skinny Teatox

Skinny Teatox is a 100% all-natural detox tea program that promotes health and well-being. Everything about Skinny Teatox is completely natural.

First, we like their choice of pastel hues and motifs. They evoke a sense of freshness and naturalness that’s exciting and apt for the target market.

When you get to the home page, they inform you right away that their tea is all-natural. You get to see what this tea can do for you, and if you like it, you can immediately choose which one to start with.

The best Shopify businesses direct customers to the products and Skinny Teatox does this well.

Showing the benefits of your product and how it will help your customers is a surefire way to get them interested.

  1. Quest

A decade after they started creating protein bars at home, Quest owners Ron and Shannan Penna have expanded their product line to include low-carb high-protein cookies and chips, as well as pizzas. The brand aims to satisfy one's sweet and salty cravings without increasing one's blood sugar levels.

Quest goods, such as bars, powders, and chips, are distributed in 73 countries at over 70,000 locations, and the company's yearly sales have grown from $123,000 in 2003 to about $200 million in 2013.
The layout is nice and simple with pops of color from the product photos and text. It helps to make the product stand out. The banners immediately show you why their products are good for you--low sugar, high in protein. 

If you don’t know what to buy, you can take a quick quiz to figure out which product will satisfy your cravings. This simple yet interactive addition to their website can help with conversions.

  1. Milk Bar

Milk Bar by Christina Tosi is a whimsical and one-of-a-kind take on sweet desserts. Everything she produces has a distinct finish that says "fun and deliciousness”. Customers loved it and now she has 16 store locations.

The website is as fun as the cakes she makes. The first thing you’ll find on is the scrumptious-looking photos of her creations. The use of texture and lighting emphasizes the food. It really makes you want to place an order, even without an occasion!

Quick view allows you to quickly add the cake you want and look through the other product photos without leaving the page. This will be really useful for folks who are in a rush.

Other notable features on the website are the animations on the product pages. It adds a nice touch to what would otherwise be a standard page. They also have resources on their website, such as recipes, if you wish to bake the pastries yourself or sign up for a baking class.

  1. Grind Coffee

After launching in Shoreditch in 2011, Grind has expanded across London with cafes and a high-tech coffee roastery. Due to a shutdown, Grind had to close its cafes and instead started selling its product online. They sell biodegradable coffee pods for Nespresso machines that decompose faster than a banana peel in your compost or food waste bin. All of the coffee used in these drinks is fair-trade and ethically sourced from farms all around the globe.

If we could only show you one millennial brand, it would be this one. It’s the epitome of a millennial brand from the minimalist aesthetic, the color palette (dubbed “millennial pink”), and the brand’s mission towards sustainability.

The website is gorgeous with clean lines, fonts and beautiful photos. It’s also easy to navigate through and you’ll definitely find what you need without any hassle.

  1. Cuvee Coffee

Cuvée originated as a craft coffee experiment in 1998. They established their own direct trade network in order to provide greater quality and more constant access to their preferred coffee. It continues at their world-class lab in Austin, TX, where each roast is custom-dialed to complement each individual bean. More recently, their curiosity led them to pioneer Nitro Cold Brew in a widget-activated Nitro can.

Taking inspiration from Cuvee’s packaging, the website is strikingly blue all throughout. It’s easy to navigate as the buttons are easily found. 

On the product pages, not only can you see the location and nation of origin, but you can also see the manufacturing process and other details about the coffee beans themselves.

  1. Press

Georgie and Ed, the creators of PRESS, acquired a taste for cold-pressed juices and began to rely on them as a handy, tasty, and nutritious element of their meals. Soon they created PRESS, nutrition-rich juices that nourish your body.

The website is nice and clean with an almost futuristic feel to it. The products stand out thanks to the vibrant colors and packaging.

On their product page, you can already see what kind of cleanses there are and what the benefits of each are such as to “break bad habits” and “boost energy”. This helps you decide which one to check out without having to open too many tabs.

  1. Beavertown Brewery

Though this is alcohol, we can’t help but include Beavertown Brewery just because of how unique their website is.

The brand's purpose is to empower everyone to unleash their creative potential. Over the last 9 years since Beavertown began, they've gone from being a BBQ establishment to manufacturing over 90 million pints a year.

True to their brand purpose, the website is packed with creativity just like the brand packaging. The graphics are really notable and help to make the brand stand out from the rest of the brands on this list.

  1. MUD\WTR

MUDWTRTM is a coffee substitute created with organic components that have been praised by cultures young and old for their health and performance advantages. With only one-seventh the caffeine content of a cup of coffee, you gain concentration, energy, and immunity without the jitters, crash, or reliance.

Their website is gorgeous and very sleek. It’s super clean and minimalistic without being boring. They opted to do some color blocking for each section which helps to make the different products stand out.

You will also be able to see a detailed description of the product and what’s in it. More than just the typical product shot (usually just the packaging), they take theirs from the top and show you a peek of what’s inside.

  1. Union Coffee

The name of the company, Union, is a tribute to the farmers who cultivate the coffee beans they sell. They were one of the first roasters in the UK to trade directly with coffee growers by founding the Union Direct Trade. In return, the farmers are able to invest in their land and generate income for their families by receiving a fair rate. As of now, the company has 42 producer partners in 14 countries, allowing them to provide a large selection of exquisite coffees.

Their website loads pretty fast and is supplemented by beautiful photos of the products they sell. We like how there are two options when you hover over the products on the homepage: “LEARN MORE” or “QUICK ADD”. It’s a unique way to show off their products.

Detailed information on each product is available on its own website, including the type of grind, the size, and a brief description. But if you wanted to understand more about it, there’s an in-depth description underneath each decision. This allows them to show off their knowledge of specialty coffee while also reassuring customers about the quality of the product they will get.

  1. Lindt

The Lindt & Sprüngli Group's flagship brand, Lindt, represents Swiss excellence. This world famous brand is present in more than 120. The Lindt GOLD BUNNY, the LINDOR truffle, and the Lindt EXCELLENCE bars are among the company's best-selling items.

The website is currently Christmas-themed and it is beautiful. The collections feature beautiful animations of the products, accompanied by Christmas lights and decorations.

  1. Crosstown

Gourmet, handcrafted and classy doughnuts? Yes, please. Crosstown is a bakery that creates its goods fresh from scratch and everything by hand. They put in a lot of effort to make sure their cuisine is of the highest quality, thus they make sure everything is fresh every day. They also provide specialty coffee, the ideal match to their excellent doughnuts.

Apart from the amazing food photography that’s displayed all over the website, the layout itself is nicely done. It’s clean, sophisticated, and perfectly fits the product.

There are also videos incorporated in some of the banners which show you the process of handmaking the doughnuts, exactly as if you were there!

  1. Caravan Coffee

Caravan Coffee Roasters offers some of the best beans in the world. They provide a range of quality artisan coffee and coffee subscriptions.

The website has a bold design albeit being mostly black and white. There are many informative contents found from brew guides to how they source each bean.

They also let you personalize your kit by asking a series of questions to match it with your preferences. We like how the coffee-themed motifs which add a nice touch to the overall design.

  1. Tropical Sun

Tropical Sun lives by the motto: ‘Variety is the spice of life. They started in 1996 by importing a few specialized products and everyday staples for the UK’s burgeoning immigrant communities. As news spread, they started getting requests for particular goods from far-flung homelands: spices, oils, drinks, and delicacies that helped people maintain their cultural connections.

Theirs is not a complex layout but still one with a lot of character. The brand’s colors are displayed all throughout and give the website a very eye-catching appearance. Though it’s bright and colorful, it doesn’t take away from the products but highlights it instead.


No matter what kind of business you're in, Shopify can handle it. You can sell anything from food, apparel, automobile, or health products on the platform. Even if you wish to customize your store, the development process is quick. Shopify's service is unparalleled, and it's not hard to see why.

  • It's inexpensive. All of Shopify's clients get top-notch services at a reasonable price.
  • A lot of people are interested in it. In the United States alone, there are more than 11 million Shopify stores. If anyone doubts its credibility, this should do the trick.
  • It's mobile-friendly. There are several advantages to using Shopify to run an e-commerce business. Using Shopify's multi-channel capabilities and examples like these, clients may access it on their PC and mobile devices.

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