Meijer is a Grand Rapids-based, Midwestern regional American chain store. They offer many vegan grocery items.
Vegan Grand Rapids Review

Meijer opened its first grocery store in 1934 and grew into the mega superstore of today. They have locations all over the Midwest, with 10 in a 10-mile radius of GR. If you live in the city, you’re not more than a few minutes away from one, making this a convenient place to get groceries.

Some of the staples on our list at Mejier.

  • Earth Balance butter – They carry the buttery spread tubs and sometimes the sticks.
  • Gardein – We love the Chick ‘n Scallopini but all their products are delicious.
  • Meijer Naturals Vegetable Stock – Just as good as the name brands, and way cheaper.
  • Nasoya tofu – All of their tofu is organic. We like Extra Firm.
  • Non-dairy milks – Meijer has their own line of rice, almond, and soy milks. The Meijer unsweetened almond milk is one of Jon’s favorites for cooking. But our favorite milk substitute is So Delicious Coconut which Meijer does carry in the shelf-stable section. They also carry Blue Diamond Almond milk and Silk brands.
  • Raw nuts. Like D&W, Meijer carries some Ferris nut products – but they also have their own branded 1/2lb and 1lb bags of raw nuts. Good prices for good quality nuts like raw cashews.
  • Faux meats  – All locations are carrying a selection of Field Roast products, like sausages and hot dogs. They also carry Tofurkey deli slices and links, as well as the Light Life brand of deli slices and crumbles. Find these in the produce section next to the tofu!
  • Just Mayo – You can find original and sriracha flavors on the condiments aisle.
  • Dandies marshmallows – These vegan marshmallows are made by Chicago Vegan Foods and are delicious.

Not all Meijer stores are identical, but we have found them to be more consistent across locations than other stores. Of course, we can’t be everywhere at once, so if you spot something new or find incorrect information here, please don’t hesitate to reach out to us to let us know.

These are the items we’ve seen for sale recently at the 28th St/Kalamazoo store. We do our best to keep these photos up to date, but it’s possible that items available have changed since our last visit. If you want to be sure, you need to call ahead.

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The vegan cheese, made by Daiya Cheese, can be found next to the dairy version.
Non-dairy coffee creamer from Silk.
Check out all these non-dairy milk flavors!
There's absolutely no shortage of non-dairy milk at Meijer.
There are plenty of dairy-free yogurt brands to choose from at Meijer.
If you drink coffee, you're in luck with these non-dairy coffee creamers.
Every kind of Earth Balance butter flavor can be found here.
There's no reason not to enjoy ice cream with So Delicious Dairy Free and Ben & Jerry's mainstreaming it.
For a quick meal, try grabbing one of the dairy-free meals from Amy's Kitchen.
Meijer carries a big selection of faux meat in the frozen food section, like gardein, Beyond Meat, and Boca Burger.
Lots of non-dairy milk to choose from.

Find JUST's Just Mayo in the condiment aisle.
Justin's peanut and almond butter can be found by the jar or in squeeze packs.
We really like the Lightlife Gimme Lean sausage. Look for it next to the tofu and tempeh in the produce section. 

*NOTE: the "smart sausage" on the left (also Lightlife brand) is not vegan as they contain egg whites.
Tofurky brand sausages.
A healthy selection of Field Roast Grain Meats..
We found this at Meijer over the weekend. Has anyone tried it yet and what did you think?
Tempeh from Lightlife can be found in the produce section by the tofu.
Nothing is better to bring to a BBQ this summer than these hot dogs from Lightlife
Meijer is now carrying several varieties of Tofurky sausages.
This slow roasted Chick'n made by Tofurky is great for chicken enchiladas or on top of a salad!
Field Roast Grain Meat is one of our favorites.
Of course, no Meijer would be complete without a large selection of tofu. Find it in the produce section.
These baked tofus are great if you're feeling lazy.
All of the soup from Dr. McDougall's Right Foods are 100% vegan - even the Chicken Ramen noodle!
I don't think I've seen a wider selection of coconut oil anywhere else. Nice going Meijer!
If you're a soup lover, Amy's Kitchen and Meijer have you covered.
Dandies Marshmallows are made in Chicago, and if you ask us, are better than the non-veggie kind!
Need coffee creamer? You'll have a hard time settling on which one when you see the selection at Meijer.
Meijer has an INFINITE possibility of non-dairy milk to choose from.
It seems like everyone is jumping on the oat milk bandwagon lately. Silk is one of them.
It only makes sense that Quaker would also start selling their own line of Oat Milk.
It seems like Meijer is always extending the vegan section in the produce area (next to the tofu).  We love these deli slices from Lightlife.
These have been popping up at all Meijer locations over the last few months. Has anyone given these a try yet?
More deli meat from Lightlife.
It seems like the  Field Roast section at Meijer is bigger every time we visit.
There's no shortage of faux meats.
We've seen this on the regular at several Meijer locations in the last few months.
We tried this in a salad as an easy way to add protein.
Not all Worthington products are vegan so make sure you read those labels carefully!

We found these at Meijer this week. Tiny little balls of frozen cookie dough. 

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Items are always subject to change. We do our best to keep these albums up-to-date, but if you are looking for something specific, it’s always best to call ahead.

**We post items that are known to be vegan, and we have vetted to the best of our ability. Items may have been produced on shared equipment, which is an issue for some, especially for those will allergies. It is absolutely recommended that you always read your own labels.