It’s no secret that Prague is a paradise for vegans when it comes to eating out. Vegans can feast on almost anything their heart desires, including killer vegan desserts. But what about vegan shopping in Prague? Where does one buy vegan food in Prague? What about vegan shoes, vegan clothes, and vegan hygiene products in Prague?
Where does one go for vegan groceries, home supplies, clothing and shoes, B12, vegan condoms, and vegan menstrual products? Turns out there are plenty of places to get vegan products in Prague.
Before we dive in…here are a few other articles about the vegan scene in Prague and the Czech Republic:
- Vegan Prague Local’s Guide 2023 – 20 Best Vegan Restaurants in Prague (and VF)
- Best Vegan Breakfast in Prague Czech Republic
- Best Vegan Dessert in Prague – 2023 Guide
- Vegan Food in Prague – Guide to Eating Out With Non-Vegans
- Vegan in Prague Ebook! 55+ Page Local’s Guide!
- Prague Vegan Shopping Guide – Vegan Groceries, Clothing, Shoes & more!
- Vegan Czech Food – Products I Love! (VIDEO)
- Vegan Ceske Budejovice Guide: Best Vegan Restaurants, Shops & Events!
My local’s guide to everything you need to know about visiting or living in Prague as a vegan!
Find out where to get the best Veganized Czech food, the best vegan burger, the best vegan breakfast in Prague, and much more!
I recently started a Youtube Series to showcase some of my favorite vegan finds around Prague. Below is the latest video. Here is the full playlist.
Here are some of the best places to buy vegan products in Prague.
Bezobalu – Zero Waste Shopping in Prague!
Bezobalu means “without container” and may come as no surprise that it’s a zero waste grocery store. It has loads of nuts, grains, oils, spices, dried fruits, nutritional yeast, and coffee for sale. They also have a lot of zero waste personal care products, household items, and containers.
What I LOVE about this shop, aside from the fact that it’s zero waste, is that they have homemade tofu and non-soy tempeh in several different varieties (seen above).
You can bring your own containers/bags or either buy new ones from the store or use one of the many previously used glass jars that are free to take. There are three locations around Prague.
NOTE: Check out Ep.05 OF EATING VEGAN IN PRAGUE to see inside BEZOBALU
World Vegan – Vegan Grocery Store in Prague
World Vegan carries vegan groceries and housing supplies like nut butters, vegan butter, spices, vegan ice cream, vegan chocolates, frozen pizza, pates, “meats”, “cheese”, pastries, nutritional yeast, pita bread, canned whipped cream, toiletries, vegan condoms, vegan vitamins, cleaning supplies, and chapstick.
Puro Shop – Vegan Grocery Store in Prague
Puro Shop carries the Veganz brand of products plus frozen burger and chicken patties, other frozen and fresh vegan meats, vegan cheese, vegan ice cream, vegan butter, nutritional yeast, Clif bars, vegan chocolate, and vegan sandwich meat.
Additionally, the shop has vegan vitamins and supplements like like B12.
NOTE: CHECK OUT EPISODE 05 OF THE VIDEO SERIES ABOVE TO SEE INSIDE PURO SHOP
Rohlik – Only Grocery Delivery Company
Rohlik is an online grocery delivery service with loads of vegan products on their site. There is a special nutrition section or you can choose to filter almost any of the sections to show only vegan options. Just double check the ingredients for products because their system is not 100% accurate.
Rohlik also has Beyond Meat products, including burgers and hot dogs. They also have a slew of vegan products like cheeses, plant milks, nutritional yeast, pates, hot dogs, schnitzel, desserts, and more.
The site is only offered in Czech but with the Google translate extension on Chrome you can manage pretty easily.
Check out my grocery haul full of vegan goodies in the above video!
Marks & Spencer
Marks & Spencer is a UK retailer selling clothing and upscale groceries. They have an entire line of readymade vegan meals and other totally products. The M&S vegan range has products like beef-like burgers, chicken-less gyoza, no duck spring rolls, chicken-less tenders, vegan mince, lasagna, chorizo, and more. Additionally, they have a wide selection of delicious vegan hummus to choose from.
It’s a great option if you’re low on time or just enjoy vegan ready to cook food. There are several locations in Prague including a shop in Wenceslas Square, Nový Smíchov shopping center, and Palladium.
VIDEO: Check out Eating Vegan in Prague: Ep. 06 to see inside!
GoFresh is a health food store that carries a variety of vegan groceries. Items include tofu, vegan mayo, dry pantry items, fresh breads, pates, chocolate, coconut yogurt, and organic fresh fruits and vegetables. They also have a variety of vegan personal care products.
Shin Food – Asian Grocery Store
Shin Food is an Asian grocery store with a plethora of products including soy sauce, homemade Tofu, jackfruit in Brine, peanut butter, frozen dumplings, curry paste, rice, and all sorts of other Asian cooking supplies.
Albert Grocery Stores
Albert is a Dutch chain of regular grocery stores with shops dotted all over Prague. Recently the chain has bulked up their vegan section. You can get tofu, tempeh, robi, soy hot dogs, two different vegan cheese brands (one being Violife), vegan yogurt, puddings, nutritional cheese, hummus, a variety of plant milks, fresh vegan pasta, and vegan packaged breads.
Additionally, Albert carries vegan Ben & Jerry’s ice cream and the vegan Magnum bars.
The German discount supermarket, Lidl, is expanding its vegan options. They launched a popular vegan minced meat called Next Level Hack and in Prague offer that along with vegan řízek (schnitzel), and “chicken” nuggets. They also carry vegan ice cream bars, hummus, tofu, dips, and puff pastry. Paired with their good prices, it’s a great option for vegans!
Check out the above video to see some of the products Lidl has on offer in Prague!
Iceland Supermarkets are vegan frozen food paradises. If you’re looking for vegan food that’s ready to go straight from your freezer, to the oven, to your mouth, then Iceland is where it’s at. Think vegan burger patties, spring rolls, onion rings, “meat” balls and more.
Iceland is an excellent option for vegans who aren’t really into cooking and are on a budget.
Country Life Health Food Stores
Country Life shops carry vegan groceries like nut butters, vegan butter, vegan meats, vegan cheese, vegan cream cheese, nutritional yeast (lahudkove drozdi in Czech), corn kernels to make popcorn, energy bars, pates, grains, flours, and crackers. They also carry tofu and tempeh and a few freshly baked sweets and breads.
BiOOO Vegan Household and Personal Care Shop
BiOOO sells vegan shampoo, toothpaste, cosmetic brushes, chapstick, make-up, supplements, sunscreen, and other personal care items. They also sell a variety of menstrual cups and re-usable cloth pads, as well as vegan condoms.
If you’re curious, click here to find out why tampons aren’t vegan and more on menstrual cups.
DM (drogerie markt) – Vegan Groceries and Personal Care Products
DM is a German drogerie chain that happens to sell a lot of vegan products including groceries like tofu, pates, vegan Nutella, crackers, sauces, and spreads. They also have their own brand of vegan body care line of soaps, face and body creams, sunscreen, shampoos, and make-up called Alverde.
Additionally, DM carries menstrual cups, vegan condoms (Durex Real Feel), and B12 vitamins. Check out the above video to see some of the awesome snacks and make-up/body care products DM has!
The Body Shop – Vegan Personal Care Products
The Body Shop’s products are all certified cruelty free but some items do contain animal products. Be sure to look out for things like milk or honey in their products. Usually if a product is vegan, it will be marked accordingly.
NILA is a boutique shop with beautiful clothes, jewelry, accessories, personal products, and house products. The shop carries vegan products like clothing, bags, wallets, lotions, and more from brands like Matt & Nat, People Tree, YOPE, Veja, Birkenstocks, Swedish Stockings, and ArmedAngels. NILA also carries zero waste products like produce bags, lunch boxes, water bottles, and more.
Pour Pour is a women’s clothing store that carries vegan and ethical/sustainable brands like RagWear, MumRay, and Skunkfunk. The shop also carries beautiful jewelry, vegan purses and bags, wallets, and vegan candles.
Not everything is vegan so be sure to check the labels or ask the owner for more information.
Etik Butik – All Vegan Clothing, Shoes, and Accessories
Check out episode 2 of Eating Vegan in Prague to see inside EtikButik.
HolyCow.cz – Online Vegan Shoe Store
HolyCow.cz is an online vegan boutique shop that sells shoes, wallets, and belts. The carry a variety of brans including Will’s Vegan Shoes.
Bohempia – Hemp Shoes
Bohempia is a Czech brand that produce handmade shoes and streetwear made with hemp material.
This is by no means an extensive list of places to get vegan items in Prague, and I’ll be adding to the list as I discover new shops.
Czech for Vegan Grocery Shopping
Also, here is a bit of info about popular vegan groceries in Prague and the Czech Republic.
- Nutritional Yeast is called: Lahůdkové droždí
- Vital Wheat Gluten is called: Aktivní Lepek, Pšeničný Lepek or Sušený Seitan
- Tofu is: the same as in English
- Tempeh is: the same as in English
- Seitan is: the same as in English
- Robi which is similar to Seitan. It’s wheat protein mixed with beetroot and spices. It’s delicious, try it.
If you’re reading ingredient labels I suggest using the Google Translate app’s camera function to translate it for you. However, here are few Czech words to look out for.
- Eggs – vejce
- Milk – mléko
- Butter – máslo
- Honey – Med
- Yogurt – jogurt
- Cheese – sýr
- Casein – Kasein
- Lactose – laktózu
- Geletin – želatinu
- Lard – sádlo
- Whey – syrovátku
And this is how you say “I am Vegan” in Czech – “Jsem Vegan”. However, don’t be surprised if a waiter or waitress looks at you like you have a horn on your head if you say this to them. Many Czech people, especially outside of Prague, have no idea what it means to be vegan, and even if they have heard the word before they very well may have misconceptions about what it means.
If you have tips on where to buy vegan products in Prague, please leave a comment below with the name of the shop and what they carry, and I’ll add it to the list!
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