Veg Black Owned Businesses

Plus Educational Resources

VSSJ is an inclusive, nonprofit organization that remains committed to its mission to be “social, supportive, and educational” and wishes unity, peace, and health to all who have been affected by recent events,
both medical and social.
We would like to share this list of resources on with you:


  • 9 Black vegan chefs to follow on social media to make you forget all about eating meat, dairy and eggs. Read More
  • Green Philly’s list of 7 Black-Owned Vegan Businesses in Philadelphia. (Please note, this article was originally published in March 2019. While VSSJ has confirmed all links are still valid, the hours listed are not necessarily accurate.) Read more
  • VegOut magazine has released a directory of Black-Owned Vegan and Vegan-Friendly Restaurants Nationwide, as well as a list of 11 Black-Owned Vegan Businesses That Ship Nationwide.
  • VegNews has a guide to Black-Owned Vegan Food Businesses broken down by category, including grocery stores, restaurants, bakeries, and more! There are a few NJ and Philadelphia-based businesses listed. VegNews has stated this list is evolving, so be sure to bookmark and revisit it. Read mo
  • Live Kindly has also released a list of 21 Black-Owned Vegan Businesses to support right now, (and every day). Read more
  • The Beet highlighted 3 vegan food companies that are giving back to social justice organizations. (Please note, these companies are not black-owned, but are donating to organizations working to fight racial injustice.) Read more
  • Vegans Are Us with a Touch of Soul, located in Vineland NJ, provides home-cooked gourmet dishes to improve your quality of life by promoting 100% plant-based foods. Soul food and traditional American food are generally associated with health issues prevalent in the minority community such as high blood pressure, heart disease, and diabetes. Vegans Are Us has made it possible to eat those same foods in a plant-based form full of delicious flavor. Read More
  • 9 Black vegan chefs to follow on social media to make you forget all about eating meat, dairy and eggs. Read More

Educational Resources

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