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15 Best Vegan Subscription Boxes You Have to Try in 2021

Christen Russo
ByChristen RussoJul 30, 2021 | 11 comments

The Best Vegan Subscription Boxes

Living the vegan lifestyle isn’t always easy (even if it is healthy, eco-conscious, and, well, awesome). Shopping for groceries and beauty products requires a careful reading of ingredient lists — provided that ingredient lists are available in the first place — and even if you’re lucky enough to find vegan-friendly products, keeping a steady supply can be tough. 

Vegan subscription boxes make life much easier. By buying from a trusted company, you can keep your home stocked with a variety of nutritious foods, helpful vitamins, and cruelty-free cosmetics. The subscription model saves you time and gives you something to look forward to, and in our experience, there’s no better way to find out about exciting new products and brands.

We’ve collected a list of our favorite vegan beauty boxes, vegan food boxes, and other vegan-friendly services. Our list is based on actual reviews, and we’ve included promo codes and links to help you save. Whether you’re experimenting with veganism or fully committed to the lifestyle, you’ll find something to love — and we’ve done the research to help you know exactly what you’re signing up for.

1. Green Chef - Vegan Meal Subscription Box

The Cost: Vegan plans start at $11.99 per meal. Subscribe here!

Why we love it: We’re covering several vegan-friendly food subscription boxes in this list, but Green Chef is our top pick for its affordable pricing and extensive meal selection options. 

We’ll note that this company offers options for omnivores, too, but their plant-powered subscription option was one of the first on the market. As with most other meal kits, Green Chef delivers pre-portioned ingredients with recipe cards to guide you through your cooking. The recipes are available online, so check them out — we’re impressed by the variety and quality of the ingredients.

Green Chef only uses recyclable, reusable, or compostable packaging, and their foods are free from GMOs, pesticides, and antibiotics. Most recipes can be prepared in about 30 minutes. Subscribers can easily skip deliveries or cancel the service online.

One important note: The plant-based meal subscription isn’t 100% vegan, so you’ll need to watch your upcoming recipes and trim out the vegetarian options. That’s fairly straightforward, but be aware. Most recipes are vegan, however, and the service clearly calls out dairy ingredients. 

Check out our Green Chef reviews and our Green Chef details for more information on subscribing. Ships to most of the continental US.

2. Purple Carrot - Vegan Meal Delivery Service with 100% Plant-Based Food

All contents from a Purple Carrot Plant-Based Meal Kit.

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The Cost: $11.99 a meal for the 2-serving plan, $9.99 a meal for the 4-serving plan. Subscribe here!

Why We Love It: Purple Carrot is another vegan subscription meal kit. What sets them apart: They don’t offer any meat options whatsoever, and 100% of their meals and snacks are vegan. You can also select gluten free and high-protein subscription options.

From cozy comfort foods to refreshing salads, Purple Carrot‘s recipes are sure to broaden your repertoire. There’s no commitment, and you can easily skip meals when necessary or choose add-ons like packaged snacks.

Purple Carrot offers options for breakfast and lunch, and while their recipes are easy to prepare, there’s a great deal of versatility. From Caribbean sweet potatoes to veggie tortas, you’ll explore a world of plant-based cuisine from the comfort of your home. 

The company’s packaging is mostly recyclable, and their non-toxic ice packs keep your food fresh without endangering the environment. At about $11.99 per meal — less, if you’re ordering the larger plan — this is easily one of the best vegan subscription boxes we’ve found.

Check out our latest Purple Carrot reviews and our Purple Carrot details for more information on subscribing. Ships to the US.

3. Splendid Spoon - Ready-to-Eat Vegan Meals

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The Cost: Plans start at $65.00 a week, but you can save per meal with longer subscriptions. Subscribe here!

Why We Love It: Part of the appeal of vegan subscription boxes is the convenience, and Splendid Spoon makes on-the-go nutrition much simpler. This is a food subscription service, but with a twist: You’ll receive smoothies, soups, bowls, and wellness shots, all of which are free from gluten and GMOs.

If you’re trying to establish sustainable eating habits, Splendid Spoon can help. Meals can be enjoyed cold (in fact, that’s recommended for nearly all of their products), so you can enjoy a quick energy boost without popping to the office kitchen. 

Subscribers can select from the full Splendid Spoon menu to tailor their eating. Alternately, you can let each box surprise you — all of the foods are delicious, and the company has options for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.

Check out our latest Splendid Spoon reviews and our Splendid Spoon details for more information on subscribing. Ships to the US.


4. Ritual Vitamins - Vegan Vitamins with Traceable Origins

Ritual vitamins subscription.

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The Cost: Shipments start at $30 per month. Subscribe here!

Why We Love It: A balanced vegan diet can provide plenty of nutrition; by this point, most of us know that the whole “vegans don’t get enough protein" idea is a myth.

Still, supplements can play an important role in wellness. Ritual Vitamins are vegan, and they’re also free from gluten, GMOs, allergens, artificial colors, and synthetic fillers. The company is dedicated to traceability and science — they don’t make wildly inaccurate health claims, and while no supplement is regulated by the FDA, Ritual Vitamins takes care to provide detailed information about the contents and capabilities of each product.

The service offers multivitamins for virtually every age group and gender. That includes prenatal vitamins and post-menopausal vitamins. With plans starting around $30 per month, it’s an affordable way to start supplementing — or replace those non-vegan vitamins with an ethical, traceable upgrade.

Check out our Ritual reviews and our Ritual details for more information on subscribing. Ships to the US for free.

5. Hungryroot - Vegan Groceries, Meal Kits and More

Hungryroot plant-based grocery delivery.

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The Cost: Plans start at $59.94 plus free shipping, and vary depending on your subscription levelSign up here!

Why We Love It: Hungryroot isn’t just a vegan food subscription box — by offering the ability to purchase groceries individually, the service cuts out unnecessary trips to the supermarket. 

Set your food preferences when signing up, and Hungryroot will offer a selection of curated vegan products. The service has additional options for other dietary considerations (for instance, paleo or keto diets), but you’ll have to spend some time reading the descriptions while shopping. Fortunately, the simple online store makes that easy. 

After signing up, Hungryroot chooses some recipes for you and fills your shopping cart with everything you’ll need to cook. Make substitutions, add products, or remove everything and start over — it’s up to you. Many recipes can be completed in 15 minutes or less.

It’s a novel approach to shopping, and by combining an online grocery store with a meal kit, Hungryroot offers plenty of versatility for vegans.

Check out our Hungryroot reviews and Hungryroot details for more information on subscribing. Ships to the contiguous US only.

6. Kinder Beauty Box - Cruelty-Free, Vegan Beauty Products

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The Cost: $26 a month. Subscribe here!

Why We Love It: Kinder Beauty Box is a subscription service specializing in 100% vegan and cruelty-free beauty products. That’s right on the front page of their site; you won’t find any items that betray those principles, so you can browse their full selection with complete peace of mind.

For only $26, this beauty subscription offers serious value. Each contains at least two-sized products, and at minimum, your delivery will have an advertised value of $75. Most importantly (for us, at least), the products are outstanding. They’re free from parabens, sulfates, EDTA, siloxanes, talc, and other potentially toxic substances, and each brand has been carefully vetted by Kinder’s curators. 

Kinder donates a portion of all sales to animal rights and environmental charities. We’ll cover some other great vegan beauty boxes in this list, but this is a great place to start.

Check out our Kinder Beauty Box reviews and spoilers for more information on subscribing. Ships worldwide (free to the US, varies internationally).


7. Daily Harvest - Vegan Soups, Smoothies and More

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The Cost: Prices range from $5.99 to $8.99 per cup, with discounts for longer subscriptions. Subscribe here!

ACTIVE DEAL: Use code ADDICTION40 for up to $40 off your first box

Why We Love It: All Daily Harvest soups and smoothies are unrefined, vegan, and made with mostly organic ingredients. That includes superfoods, so each meal will pack a nutritional punch (in a good way).

The price per meal is low, even compared to some of the high-value options we’ve included on this list. You’ll be able to subscribe by week or month, and the prep is easy; blend or heat your cup, and you’re ready for a delicious vegan meal.

Pick from the Daily Harvest best-sellers or choose your own cups to get started. Flavors like rippled berry compote and mint + cacao will keep your sweet tooth satisfied (without the added sugar), and there are plenty of savory options, too. Whether you’re eating soups, oat bowls, smoothies, or snacks, Daily Harvest’s farm-frozen foods deliver a satisfying experience.

Check out our Daily Harvest reviews and our Daily Harvest details for more information on subscribing. Ships to the US.


8. Mosaic - Prep-Free Vegan Meal Kits

Mosaic Shipping Box with Meals

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The Cost: Meals range from $4.99 to $10.99, with a $70 minimum per delivery. Choose to have your meals delivered every week, 2 weeks, or 4 weeks. Subscribe here!

Why We Love It: Smoothies and soups are fantastic, but sometimes you want a hearty meal — and if you’d rather not cook, Mosaic Foods' meal kit services are an appealing option.

This prepared meal delivery service sends 8 plant-based meals at a time, setting you up with quick lunches or dinners prepared by expert chefs. Mosaic sends the meals frozen, and they can be kept in the freezer for 3+ months. Microwave for a few minutes, and you’re enjoying a nutrient-packed bowl of real food. No work, no cleanup, just dependable deliciousness.

We love that Mosaic‘s entire selection of noodle bowls, risottos, and veggie bowls are free from artificial ingredients and chemical preservatives. They range from 400-600 calories; most options are safely vegan, but you’ll find a few vegetarian meals with animal products like cheese and eggs. These are clearly marked on the menu, so look for the “V" icon when making selections.

Check out our latest Mosaic review and our Mosaic details for more information on subscribing. Ships to parts of the US. Enter your zip code here to check if they serve your area.

9. Vegancuts Snack Box - A Vegan Snack Subscription Box

All snacks shown from the June 2020 Vegancuts Snack Box.

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The Cost: $24.95 per month. Save with longer subscriptions. Subscribe here!

Why We Love It: The Vegancuts Snack Box is a way to stock up on snacks, but you’ll also receive pantry items and supplements. Each delivery includes 7-10 products, many of which are gluten free (be sure to check the product descriptions if you have special dietary preferences). 

Vegancuts is dedicated to environmental sustainability, and while their vegan snack delivery box is affordable, the company doesn’t cut corners. Eco-friendly packaging minimizes your carbon footprint, and curators evaluate each product manufacturer to ensure guilt-free snacking (in more ways than one).

While checking out their snacks, be sure to take a look at the Vegancuts beauty subscription box, which we cover in detail later in this list.

Check out our latest Vegancuts Snack Box reviews and our Vegancuts Snack Box details for more information on subscribing. Ships to the US for free, Canada for $6.95, and worldwide for $14.95.


10. Petit Vour - Non-Toxic Vegan Beauty Boxes

Petit Vour vegan beauty box with all items on display.

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The Cost: $18.00 a month, with discounts for longer subscriptions. Subscribe here!

Why We Love It: Here’s another way to indulge your beauty obsession with peace of mind. Petit Vour products are non-toxic, cruelty-free, plant-based, and sourced from businesses that follow progressive product standards.

Curated to fit your beauty preferences, Petit Vour’s Beauty Box includes makeup, hair, body, and skincare goodies. Brands include Acure, AHAVA, Beauty Without Cruelty, LUSH, Pacifica, and tarte.

You’ll start by filling out a brief form to set up your profile. The site collects info on skin tone, eyebrow colors, preferred lip colors, and other basics, so you’ll only receive products that you can actually use. The standard Petit Vour vegan beauty box contains 4 travel and full-size products with a total value of over $50, while the Petit Vour Plus beauty box contains 5-7 items.

With free shipping and easy subscription management, Petit Vour provides an affordable way to explore. The service also makes gifting easy — share with a friend, and you’ll share the surprise each month!

Check out our Petit Vour reviews and our Petit Vour details for more information on subscribing. Ships worldwide.

11. Medusa's Make-Up Beauty Box - Bold (and Vegan) Beauty

Medusa's Makeup vegan subscription with all contents shown.

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The Cost: $18.95 a month. Save with longer subscriptions. Subscribe here!

Why We Love It: The Medusa brand is known for vibrant colors and glamorous sparkles — this isn’t what you’d call a subtle beauty box, but if you’re looking to spice up your look, here’s where to start

Medusa’s Make-Up delivers cruelty-free beauty subscription boxes with 4 full-sized products. Yes, they’re vegan, and yes, they’re awesome. By subscribing, you’ll get plenty of value; on average, subscribers save about 50% off retail.  

Medusa curates its selection from both national and indie brands. While the products are typically bold and bright, you can also expect neutrals. Be sure to check out their skincare box; if you’re still on the fence, you can also order past boxes individually without setting up a subscription.

Check out our Medusa's Make-Up reviews and our Medusa's Make-Up details for more information on subscribing. Ships to the US and worldwide.

12. So Susan Color Curate - Fresh Vegan Makeup, Every Month

All vegan beauty items from the So Susan Color Curate subscription on display.

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The Cost: $20.95 a month. Subscribe here!

Why We Love It: Color Curate delivers innovative and colorful beauty products from the So Susan brand.

Each beauty subscription box contains 100% cruelty-free, vegan, paraben-free products. You’ll also receive a fun surprise chosen by the Color Curate team. Each delivery will come with 4 full-size items and an exclusive makeup bag.

While the per-box cost is low (and shipping is free), each has a retail value of around $80. It’s an excellent way to up your cosmetic game on a budget.

Check out our Color Curate reviews and our Color Curate details for more information on subscribing. Ships to the US for free.

13. Vegancuts Beauty Box - Vegan Beauty Products with Great Pricing

All items from the Vegancuts Beauty Box.

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The Cost: $24.95 a month, with discounts for longer subscriptions. Subscribe here!

ACTIVE DEAL: $40 off. No coupon needed - just use this link.

Why We Love It: This is one of our favorite cruelty-free beauty boxes, as the company is dedicated to ethically sourced organic ingredient and eco-conscious packaging.

Each month, subscribers receive 5 or more vegan beauty products including cosmetics and personal care items. It’s an awesome way to discover new and up-and-coming brands and effective alternatives to mainstream products. The curation is excellent, and all of their vegan beauty products are free from parabens and harmful chemicals.

On average, each Vegancuts beauty subscription delivery has a retail value of $60-110. As we discussed earlier, the company also offers a vegan snack box — scroll up for more info.

Good to know: If your focus is on cosmetics, you may want to consider the quarterly Vegancuts Makeup Box! It costs $39.95 per quarter with free US shipping!

Check out our Vegancuts Beauty Box reviews and our Vegancuts Makeup Box reviews for more information on subscribing. Ships worldwide.


14. Love Goodly - Bi-Monthly Beauty Box with a Great Cause

Love Goodly vegan beauty subscription with all products shown.

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The Cost: $34.95 per box or $48.95 for the VIP subscription (which includes an additional full-size beauty product with a value over $35). Subscribe here!

Why We Love It: Beauty-lovers will have a blast exploring the vegan, cruelty-free products in the bi-monthly Love Goodly box. Most items are full size, and the company commits to sustainable production and shipping.

You’ll receive 4-5 items in the standard Love Goodly beauty box. While most selections focus on beauty and skincare, you’ll also receive other goodies — eco-style accessories, health snacks, and other surprises.

We love that Love Goodly donates a portion of their sales to different charities each month. Part of your purchase will go towards Farm Sanctuary, Cure Cervical Cancer, or another reputable organization. Vegan beauty products with a great cause? Sign us up!

Check out our latest Love Goodly reviews and our Love Goodly details for more information on subscribing. Ships to the US for free, Canada for $16.00.


15. Goddess Provisions - Hobby Subscription Box with Vegan-Friendly Products

Goddess Provisions witchy subscription box with all contents shown.

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The Cost: $33 per month with discounts for longer commitments. Subscribe here!

ACTIVE DEAL: Get $5 off the first month's box in any subscription length!

Why We Love It: Nurture your inner goddess with the Goddess Provisions box. This is one of the most unconventional boxes on this list — and that’s exactly why we love it.

Each shipment contains 5-7 full-size products. You might receive crystals, apothecary-style beauty products, superfood snacks, or aromatherapy supplies; whatever you receive, you’ll know that your entire box is 100% natural, vegan, and cruelty free.

The typical box value is around $80-100, and this makes a great gift for the eco-conscious folks in your life. The monthly themes help to build the anticipation for each delivery, and the customer service gets consistently high marks from reviewers.

Check out our latest Goddess Provisions reviews and our Goddess Provisions details for more information on subscribing. Ships to the US for free, $15 to Canada, and $25 worldwide.

Christen Russo
Christen Russo

Hi there, I'm Christen! I've been writing with MSA since 2017. I am all sorts of things: a writer, a mother, an outdoors-lover, a low-maintenance self-carer, and general hungry person.

You'll find me collecting stationery and squirreling away stickers, riding bikes and swimming with my family, creating outfits in earth tones and flowy silhouettes that make me feel amazing, wearing big earrings, drinking beer and asking my husband to feed me harmonies to sing, taking my vitamins, living for live music, roping everyone into a craft, being human and vulnerable, and celebrating the phenomenon of being alive.

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The snack sack looks like it should be called sad sack. Why do they have to be so tight. Twenty four dollars gets you a lot more vegan food than that!

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Green Chef literally had one of the best meals I have ever had in my life. Only thing I will warn about Daily Harvest is that in 3 orders I never once received the correct box so I’m a pass on them.

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Christen Russo

That’s awesome, Angela! Do you remember what meal it was? The few times I’ve tried meal subscription boxes I’ve always saved the recipe cards of the meals I loved so I could try to recreate it later with ingredients from the grocery store. Not nearly as convenient as getting them pre-portioned, haha, but the recipe ideas are a perk!

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It’s just too bad these boxes are all so bad for the environment 😢

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Mindfully Eco

There are eco-friendly vegan boxes not listed here that are more conscious about packaging and their impact on the Earth, including carbon neutral shipping, zero waste items, compostable boxes, and donations to environmental charities.

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How do I find out who they are? Looking for vegan food, recyclable, non-plastic packaging, pre-prepared meals. Having a hard time with Daily Harvest’s packing wrong items and shipping issues. Thank you!

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Oh good grief go recycle the boxes

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I’m pretty sure they are referring to all the packaging within the boxes, not the boxes themselves.

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I LOVE LOVE LOVE my Daily Harvest boxes. Seriously good smoothies, soups, oatmeal and snacks. I am not a huge fan of the harvest bowls for whatever reason, but I am super picky on how I like my veggies cooked and I am not always a fan of the recommended preparation methods. I highly highly recommend them. We are in the zone of potential “safety” power shutoffs in Northern Cali and I just got a shipment of D.H. I am going to pitch a royal fit if PGE ruins $170 worth of smoothies.

Thanks for compiling Anna!

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Is Teri Miyahari still in business? They haven’t posted on social media in over a year and there aren’t any recent reviews. I cancelled when they doubled the price and were going to feature other brands. I’d be hesitant to pay anything without being sure

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I was wondering the same thing!

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