Three new dedicated vegan supermarkets open in Paris

Read Time:   |  3rd July 2017

French supermarket chain Naturalia Vegan market has just opened three brand new stores in Paris dedicated to vegan products.

Three new dedicated vegan supermarkets open in Paris

Last week, French supermarket chain Naturalia simultaneously opened three all-vegan markets across Paris. The supermarkets carry more than 2,000 animal-free products, including organic food, beauty, and lifestyle products. Research had to be carried out with each supplier to ensure compliance with animal welfare, including the ingredients and the method of production.

The three new stores are converted versions of the original Naturalia markets—of which there are current 150 nationwide with 20 more planned for 2017—and are branded as “Naturalia Vegan.”

However, this is not the first vegan supermarket in Paris as the city is also home to Un Monde Végan, an independent vegan grocer in Paris, which also has another store in the city of Lyon, as well as their own online delivery service.

The market joins a growing number of veggie retailers sprouting up worldwide, including London’s first vegan supermarket, GreenBay, the world’s largest vegan retailer (The Cruelty Free Shop) in Australia, and Switzerland’s brand new vegan and vegetarian supermarket, Karma.

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