Yves Veggie Cuisine®
No animal-derived ingredients including milk, eggs, honey or gelatin. Their burgers have the rare tendency for packaging defects, so be careful when you buy to make sure there is no mold, or extra air or moisture that could *breed mold growth. Aside from that, they provide a delicious and healthy meal.
Offers a variety of flavours of soy milk and ice cream. For the more health-conscious; be aware their milk is made with glucose-fructose.
Based close to home (relatively speaking) in Vancouver, British Columbia, Daiya offers a vast array of delicious non-dairy cheeses, and has achieved a plethora of awards for its products - including the 2009 Veggie Award for Product of the Year. In 2011, they were name in the top 20 most innovative companies of British Columbia by BC Business magazine. They have a fantastic website, with lots of information for new vegans or older-timers, recipes, and cooking tips. They are dairy, soy and gluten free; and with a name that means "loving, kindness and compassion" in Sanskrit and a philosophy to embrace that; one can imagine being a part of that ideal by being a consumer.
Wedges (Jalapeno Garlic Havarti, Cheddar and Jack)
Shreds (Mozzarella, Cheddar and Pepperjack)
Slices (Cheddar, Swiss and Provalone)
Cream Cheese Spreads (Plain, Strawberry, Chive & Onion)
Pizza (Cheeze Lover’s, Margherita, Fire Roasted Vegetable and Mushroom & Roasted Garlic)
Cholesterol free. Certified sustainable palm oil and GMO free. Community involvement includes sponsoring and participating in “Walk for Animals” (an even which helps raise funds and awareness for the plight of farm animals), and donating to “Harvest Home for their Toast to the Turkey’s” Event, (helps educate the public about humane practices and provides life-long care and rehabilitation for rescued animals).
Ice-cream bars, sandwiches, cones (which are made with unbleached flour) and pints.
Cheese - American slices, ricotta, cream cheese and sour cream.
Pasta and pizza
(They also have crepes, but these are not vegan)