Cereal isn’t vegan, by default. Manufacturers often add animal-derived ingredients (such as milk) to their products, and these are impossible for vegans to consume without modifications of some kind. … It’s important to note that many cereals labeled as vegan do contain honey in the list of ingredients.
Which cereals are not vegan?
If you’re nervous about being lied to, fear not; here is our list of cereals that are surprisingly non-vegan.
- #1- Cheerios.
- #2- Original Special K.
- #3- Kashi.
- #4- Cinnamon Toast Crunch.
- #5- Froot Loops.
- #6- Frosted Mini Wheats.
- #7- Malt O’ Meal.
- #8- Rice Krispies.
What cereal can vegans eat?
Here’s a list of vegan cereals that you can get almost anywhere:
- 365 Everyday Value Organic Morning O’s.
- Barbara’s Organic Corn Flakes.
- Barbara’s Peanut Butter Puffins.
- Barbara’s Original Puffins.
- Cap’n Crunch.
- Cap’n Crunch’s Peanut Butter Crunch.
- Cascadian Farm Organic Cinnamon Crunch.
- Cascadian Farm Organic Fruitful O’s.
Are all breakfast cereals vegan?
Can vegans eat cereal? Most breakfast cereals are vegan – you’ll just need to switch the usual cows’ milk for one of the many plant milks that are available. There are, however, some non-vegan ingredients to look out for in cereal, such as milk, honey and vitamin D3.
Why is broccoli not vegan?
“Because they are so difficult to cultivate naturally, all of these crops rely on bees which are placed on the back of trucks and taken very long distances across the country. “It’s migratory beekeeping and it’s unnatural use of animals and there are lots of foods that fall foul of this. Broccoli is a good example.