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Top 25 Vegan and Eco-Friendly products on Shopify

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Having an e-commerce shop isn't just about what you offer; it's about how you sell it. It's also about being honest about your company's principles and having a clear position on the issues your consumers value. Building an eco-friendly company, regardless of what you offer, is appropriate and effective branding and marketing.

Consumers nowadays are prepared to pay a premium for environmentally friendly products because they place such a high value on them. Around 90% of today's millennials are prepared to pay extra for items that use sustainable or eco-friendly materials.

People now have a greater understanding than ever before of the ingredients in the things they buy and the potential influence their purchases have on the planet. In fact, Sprout Social reports that 45 percent of consumers consistently buy environmentally friendly goods and services.

With more people becoming aware of the environmental impact of what they eat and purchase, it may be time for you to join the vegan movement with your e-commerce store.

To get you started, we've compiled a list of the top 25 best vegan and eco-friendly Shopify stores.

  1. Olipop

We're not here to tell you how to live your life. But if you've been looking for a way to make sure you're taking care of yourself and staying healthy, then Olipop might be it. OLIPOP is good-for-you soda that tastes good, too. It's a sparkling tonic that supports digestive health and comes in six delicious, soda-style flavors.

Each can has 9g of dietary fiber, 2-5g of sugar, and 45 calories or less. OLIPOP combines prebiotics, fiber, and botanical extracts from eight different plant-based ingredients to support your gut health and your cravings, all in one.

  1. JW Pei

JW Pei is the kind of brand that's not afraid to go where no brand has gone before. The company was founded in 2005, and since then it's been making waves with its bags—which are so beautiful, Instagram-worthy, and vegan that they've caught the attention of influencers everywhere.

But what really sets JW Pei apart is the fact that their bags are made from sustainable soft vegan leather made from recycled plastic bottles. The whole thing is kind of like a dream come true for any animal lover who wants something stylish without hurting animals or the environment.

  1. Three Ships

Three Ships offers purpose-driven, plant-based skincare. Their products are all-natural, 100% plant-derived ingredients, selected for their clinically-proven performance and skin-loving qualities. Nothing else. ‘Less’ never felt so ‘more’.

The brand was founded by a team of beauty experts who wanted to create an alternative to the skincare industry's obsession with piling on chemicals and preservatives in order to sell products that may not be as effective, or safe, as they claim.

With Three Ships, you can feel confident knowing that your skin is being treated with nothing but the best ingredients nature has to offer—and that's something we can all get behind!

  1. J&L Naturals



  1. ECOSUSI

Ecosusi believes that we can all make a difference by choosing to buy ethical products. They have a wide selection of cruelty-free, vegan leather backpacks, briefcases, messenger bags and shoes for men and women. Each of their bags are handcrafted with care, ensuring that the materials are sourced responsibly and sustainably. Plus, all of their bags are 100% vegan so no animals were harmed in any part of the production process.

  1. Native

Clean deodorant doesn’t have to be complicated: good ingredients work together to keep you smelling fresh throughout your day. With natural ingredients like coconut oil and shea butter in every product, Native is made for people who want an effective alternative to conventional deodorants without sacrificing quality or performance.

Their deodorants use ingredients like coconut oil, shea butter, and baking soda and never aluminum, phthalates, or talc. And it works like a charm with effective odor protection all day long.

  1. Nimble

We're living in an era of innovation. New products are introduced every day, and we want all of them! But, our old electronics don't last forever—and neither does their packaging. Nimble creates tech products for good. They are a California-based premium tech alternative that creates products made out of sustainable materials and uses plastic-free packaging. They've got chargers, cases, and adapters that are made from recycled tech waste.

Their products are beautiful, functional, and eco-friendly. The best part? Customers will feel good about buying them!

  1. Wigglywoos

Wigglywoos makes eco-friendly, natural pet gear that are handmade with love and carefully sourced. The company offers sustainable hemp and cork dog collars, rope leashes, flat leads, and harnesses. All products are handcrafted in their studio to raise awareness of discarded senior dogs, homeless pets, and their people.

As a company, Wigglywoos is dedicated to creating the best-quality products while supporting animal rescues. When customers purchase from Wigglywoos they are also able to raise awareness about abandoned senior dogs who find themselves in shelters where they don't belong—and giving them a chance to live out their golden years in homes that will love them forever!

  1. Living Seed Company

Ever grown your own pizza sauce and pizza toppings? Well now you can with The Living Seed Company! One of their products, the Organic Pizza Garden Collection includes 9 heirloom, non-GMO and organic varieties to make your own tasty and organic sauce and pizza toppings.

There are so many benefits to growing your own food including saving money, getting healthy food that is free from pesticides and chemicals, teaching children where food comes from (and how hard it is to grow), supporting local farmers who are working hard to preserve our food heritage etc.

  1. Pulp Chips

You know that saying, 'Don't waste food'? Well, Pulp Chips takes it to the next level. These are real veggie chips made with simple, sustainable ingredients.

And did you know? The pulp from cold-pressed juice contains 95% of the fiber from whole veggies. That's why Pulp Pantry upcycles vegetables into nutritious snacks packed with flavor and fiber. Call it a two-for-one deal: fighting food waste with delicious snacks!

  1.  Radiate

Campfires have always been a part of the camping experience —the smell of burning wood, the crackle of the flames, and the warmth that seeps into your bones. 

Radiate Portable Campfires are made with sustainable, 100% recycled materials, so whether you’re looking to roast marshmallows in the backyard or go backpacking in the mountains, you’ll have an easy way to enjoy a campfire without harming the environment.

  1. Shameless Pets

Have you ever wondered what happens to all that food that doesn't get sold in grocery stores? A lot of that food goes to waste. Almost always never eaten and straight to the ground.

Shameless Pets focuses on upcycling foods - they are the sustainable solution to rescue and transform misfit and surplus produce into high quality treats for pets. They're good for pets and good for the environment. Shameless Pets has a line of superfood biscuits, jerky and chews made in the USA from upcycled ingredients that support functional benefits like digestion and bone health.

  1. Norm

When you buy a pair of Norm sneakers, you’re helping to reduce the negative impact of your footwear on the environment. Over 23 billion pairs of shoes are produced every year, and each one accounts for 32 kg of CO2. That’s the equivalent of a 900 km flight.

But Norm—the environmentally conscious sneaker company—is changing all that by making eco-friendly sneakers that are stylish and functional. Their sneakers are made from 90% recycled materials, and they're constantly striving towards 100%. They never skip steps or phases in their process; instead, they work 1% at a time toward this goal until it becomes reality.

  1. Tsuno

Tsuno offers a range of environmentally-friendly products that help women feel confident and secure during their periods.

The company was founded by two women who were frustrated by the lack of options available for sustainable, cruelty-free sanitary products. They decided to take matters into their own hands, and created a line of organic cotton tampons as well as bamboo fiber pads. Bamboo grows quickly and needs very little water or fertilizer to grow—making it one of the most eco-friendly fibers available today.

  1. VirtueBrush

Plastic is everywhere, and it's taking over our planet. We need to do something about it! VIRTUEBRUSH offers a sustainable alternative to plastic. They have a line of Plant-Based Bamboo Brushes and Personal Care products made from rapidly renewable Moso Bamboo, which is also biodegradable.

The best part of all is when customers use their products, you're not only saving the environment—they're funding tree planting and land restoration projects in the process.

  1. Boreal Folk

Boreal Folk is a company devoted to making products that embody the beauty of Canada's wilderness. They use minimal recyclable glass and biodegradable packaging to minimize the company's footprint, and they handcraft their quality skincare products using botanicals carefully gathered from the wild.

Boreal Folk products are inspired by Canada's boreal forest, which can be found in the country's northern reaches. Boreal Folk creates unique skincare products with ingredients that reflect the essence of Canada's boreal forest: mindfully gathered botanicals, ethically sourced ingredients, and eco-friendly packaging.

  1. Partake Foods

Denise Woodward was a cookie connoisseur—she loved to bake them and she loved to eat them. But when her daughter was diagnosed with severe food allergies, she had to change everything.

She couldn't be sure that any store-bought cookies were safe for her daughter to eat. So Denise decided to take matters into her own hands.

She started making cookies from scratch in her kitchen and selling them at local farmer's markets. Soon, people started asking where they could get more of these amazing treats! And so Partake Foods was born—a brand dedicated to providing allergen-free vegan and gluten-free cookies for everyone who wants a sweet treat!

  1. Flip and tumble

We all love reusable bags—they're so much better for the environment and our wallets.

flip & tumble is an adorable, light-weight, squishy little bag that you can throw in your purse or pocket, and use whenever you need it. It's designed to fit into any pocket or bag, and it's so soft that you'll barely notice it's there.

Over the course of its 10-year lifespan, flip & tumble estimates that its bags will replace around 19 million (and counting!) disposable plastic bags.

  1. Notabag

You know that feeling when you're out and about, and you've got a million things to do but your hands are full? You want to keep your hands free, but you also want to make sure your stuff is safe.

Notabag is the smart combination of a bag and a backpack. It transforms with a single pull on the straps, so you can put it on your back and free your hands. Inside the bag, there is an attached pocket where you can keep your wallet or your keys. When the bag is not in use, it folds into that pocket and becomes a hand-sized pouch. This sleek, eco-friendly tote changes the rules, adapting to everyday life; practical and flexible like no other.

  1. Dick Moby

You know how sometimes you see something that's so simple, but so brilliant, that you can't believe no one thought of it before? That's what happened when Robbert Wefers Bettink and Tim Holland went on a surf trip.

They were shocked by the plastic pollution of the ocean—and it wasn't just because they weren't able to catch any waves. They decided to fight this sad phenomenon however they could.

In 2014 they had found both high-quality biodegradable acetate and a handmade glasses manufacturer. This is how Dick Moby, the eco eyewear brand started. Instead of going for classic plastic glasses frames, Dick Moby opts for recycled acetate. Their black frames are made of 97% recycled acetate. For the other frames, they use bio-based acetate, free of crude oil and toxic plasticizers, reducing the pollution as much as possible.

  1. Ecojot

Ecojot's paper is 100% post-consumer recycled and made entirely in Toronto, Canada. Ecojot is proof that great design can be created without compromising your values or the planet you live on.

If you love old waste paper, great design, and sustainability, then you'll love Ecojot! Their paper is made entirely from old waste paper in the award-winning Cascades mill in Québec, Canada. All of their inks and glues are vegetable-based, and all black and kraft boards are sourced from sustainable suppliers in North America.

  1. Rare Beauty

 

Rare Beauty is a makeup brand that breaks down unrealistic standards of perfection. It was founded by Selena Gomez, who has been fighting for years against the pressure to look a certain way. Now, she's helping people feel good in their own skin, without hiding who they are.

The products are also cruelty-free and vegan, certified by PETA's Global Beauty Without Bunnies program. They're made with love for animals: Rare Beauty products are free of animal-derived ingredients or animal byproducts, and never test on animals (nor ask others to test on their behalf).

  1. KOS

We don't know about you, but we've always been a little skeptical of the word "plant-based." Maybe it's because people associate it with those hippie-dippie types who think they're better than everyone else. Maybe it's because we're from Texas and that sounds like some kind of weird health food.

But KOS is different. They produce plant-based nutritional supplements that are actually made out of transparent ingredients—the kind that spring from the soil and help people in nurturing simple and healthy lifestyles. And they've done this by using only the best quality ingredients sourced from local farms, so you can rest assured that what you're putting in your body is good for you and good for the planet.

  1. Kinder Beauty

Kinder Beauty Box—a revolutionary beauty box that is making the world a kinder place for animals, people, and the planet.

Each monthly box contains at least $85 worth of hand-picked cosmetics, skincare, hair care products, and more.

Their three founders are all long-time vegan and animal activists who have personally ensured that each chosen product goes through a strict vetting process to guarantee that every product has not been tested on animals or doesn't contain any nasty animal ingredients or byproducts.

  1. Veestro

We know, you’re busy. We are too!

But we also know that it can be hard to get more plants into your diet when you’re on the go. And even if you do make the effort, you might not know what to prepare or how to prepare it.

Veestro is here to help. They make it super simple for busy people to get more plants in their every day, whether it’s one dinner a week, a healthy juice every breakfast, or whenever you’re too busy for anything else. It’s all good—not to mention, delicious!

Wrapping up

If you are considering starting a vegan eCommerce store, then the Shopify platform is an excellent way to do so. Shopify's easy-to-use interface and established marketing channels make it simple for entrepreneurs to get their business up and running in no time.

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