17 plant-based D2Cs you should know

This list highlights the movers and shakers in plant-based ecommerce

17 D2Cs putting plant based food on the map


Our diets need to change - and these brands are making it easier by being a) delicious and b) easy to get a hold of via D2C. This list shows some of the movers and shakers across a wide range of the food category

1. Allplants 

Allplants thinks that the world (and everyone on it) would be better off if we ate more plants and that plant-based meals should be tasty, easy and convenient. Their chef-made dishes contain the tastiest, most exciting plant-based ingredients and instantly freezes them to ensure the taste is locked in.

Allplants


2. Future Noodles

Future Noodles make super tasty, plant-based instant noodles that are affordable, convenient and healthy for you and the planet. They’re just getting started, but the noods already look so good. 

Future Noodles


3.Daily Harvest

Daily Harvest works directly with farmers to grow the best produce, harvest it at the right time, and freeze it all at the source to lock in amazing flavor and unmatched nutrition. The frozen foods are served in delicious and nourishing smoothies, soups, oats, lattes and more.

Daily Harvest


4. Dream Pops

Dream Pops creates a flavor-packed plant-based alternative to ice cream, powered by real food and real ingredients. 

Dream Pops
Dream Pops


5. Three Wishes

Three Wishes created a new kind of cereal—one made from nutrient dense ingredients, not commodity grains like wheat, rice, corn, and oats. Three Wishes tastes incredible without being loaded with sugar, and you can pack in the protein without cracking an egg. 

Three Wishes
Three Wishes Cereal

6. Thistle

Thistle is a modern, tech-enabled, organic food and nutrition company. Each week, their chefs create a new menu, and they deliver the fresh, fully-prepared, delicious and nutritious plant-forward meals, juices & snacks right to your door. 

Thistle Foods
Thistle


7. Tyme

From the UK - Tyme offers delicious ready-to-eat meals that require no prep or cooking. They deliver to your door weekly. Choose from meals, snacks, breakfasts and juices - It’s food that tastes great, boosts your health, and does wonders for the planet too.

Tyme
Tyme


8. Mosaic Foods

Mosaic Foods are on a mission to make plant-centric, wholesome food accessible to everyone. Our meals are hand-made with care, frozen for freshness, packed with natural, mindfully-sourced ingredients, and delivered sustainably.

Mosaic Foods
Mosaic Foods


9. Nuggs 

NUGGS utilize an advanced soy protein technology that enables a hyper-realistic simulation of the texture and flavor of an animal-based nugget. Their famous crunch is emulated by an advanced texturized pea protein technology if you’re a connoisseur. 

Nuggs
Nuggs


10. Plantable

Plantable delivers chef-prepared plant-based meals to your door with the help of a coach for long-lasting change so you can take charge of your health. It’s more than a meal plan. It’s fundamentally changing the way your body and mind use food via the one-on-one coaching and education components. 

Plantable
Plantable


11. Daring 

Daring are pioneers in plant-based chicken. It looks, cooks and tastes just like the animal-based counterpart. It’s healthy with high protein and low calories - while keeping the right texture.  Better for people, chickens and our planet.

Daring
Daring


12. Purple Carrot

Purple Carrot is a plant-based meal delivery service that provides a variety of recipes each week, along with the ingredients you need to prepare them at home. Select from 8 dinner recipes and several lunches, breakfasts, and snacks to create your own custom menu.

Purple Carrot
Purple Carrot


13. Immi

Surprisingly healthy instant ramen. High in protein, low in carbs and 100% plant-based. It’s a solution for families that wish to better manage their health conditions arising from poor nutrition and unhealthy diets.

Immi
Immi Ramen


14. Juicy Marbles

A tender piece of plant meat, made for adventurous home cooks, not willing to sacrifice flavor, nutrition or creativity. Their product mimics muscle texture by layering soy protein into linear fibers. While the subtleties of flavor might differ,  the experience remains undeniably meaty.

Juicy Marbles
Juicy Marbles


15. Noodelist

A premium, plant-based version of instant noodles. Their noodles are nutrient dense, texturally pleasing, and good for the environment. Noodlist also care for their packaging to be environmentally conscious. 

Noodelist


16. Plant Camp 

Plant Camp mac & cheese delivers the classic cheesy taste kids crave with the veggie nutrition parents want so everyone's a happy camper. They’re here for all the busy moms and dads out there who want to feed their kids what they love, without any guilt

Plant Camp
Plant Camp


17. Eclipse

Eclipse examined the composition of milk and rebuilt it from the ground up, using plants. With their milk they’re able to create ice cream that’s unbelievably creamy, cheese that’s absurdly cheesy, and much, much more. 

Eclipse
Eclipse


So there you have it - A little insight into the future of plant based foods. With companies re-creating filet mignons, others emanating mac & cheese - some focusing on ramen and others on ice cream. What a time to be alive, for plant based foods. 


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-Tim