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Best Vegan Subscription Boxes

Stick to your guns with these plant-based services

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Whether you’re a die-hard vegan or are simply looking for ways to eat more plant-based, subscription services can make life a little easier. Here we round up some of the best vegan subscription boxes on the market, from beauty product packages to food delivery services to snack selections.

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Best Vegan Subscription Boxes

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  • Lifebox


    Serial snacker? Make your habit a healthy one with Lifebox, a service which delivers a box filled with vegan delights to your home or office each month. Everything is vegan, gluten and dairy-free, featuring popular brands including Deliciously Ella, Pip & Nut and Ombar alongside some lesser-known products. From £23.95.

  • Spring Green London

    Spring Green London

    Beautiful food that tastes great is at the heart of Spring Green London, a food delivery service which aims to challenge perceptions of healthy eating by creating dishes that people want rather than feel they should have. Both their three and five-day programmes have a strong focus on botanical superfoods and make the most of naturally-occurring nutrients to help nourish body, skin and mind. Opt for the vegan package for a programme packed with plant-based goodness, covering daily breakfast, lunch, dinner, a juice and a snack. From £36.

  • Natural Wellness Box

    Natural Wellness Box

    Founder Catherine started Natural Wellness Box after noticing a gap in the market for a subscription box focused around both body and mind. Boxes contain healthy snacks and herbal teas, but also supplements and luxury skincare – all vegan of course. New collections are released every month, with recent boxes featuring everything from bath salts to plantain chips to facial oil. They’re available for bi-monthly, six and twelve month subscriptions, or one-off buys. One box is £37, a six month subscription is £100.

  • allplants


    It can be difficult coming up with ideas for interesting plant-based meals every night – so allplants is here to help. A vegan food subscription service which delivers nourishing plant-based meals to your door, all you have to do is pop them in the microwave or oven and voila: dinner is served. Meals could be anything from vegan carbonara to Thai green curry, and you can opt for one or two person portion sizing. One-off buys from £7.67, box of six for £40.50.

  • Abel & Cole

    Abel & Cole One-Pot Wonder Recipe Box

    If you’re a fan of batch cooking on a Sunday, Abel & Cole’s one-pot wonder recipe box will make your life a whole lot easier. Each week you’ll be delivered ingredients for a vegan meal which cooks six portions, and can be made using just one pot. It’s a great way to get your five-a-day in too, as the box comes with a seasonal selection of organic fruit. Single box from £15.

  • PRESS Fab-in-Four


    Famed for its cold-pressed juices, PRESS London offers a range of plant-based detox services. These involve consuming purely fruit and vegetables for a period of time, designed to give your digestive system a rest from the normal routine. If you can’t face going the whole hog, opt for the Soup Cleanse: four cold-pressed juices and three soups a day for two to five days. From £49 a day.

  • Detox Kitchen

    Vegan food definitely doesn’t have to be bland – as showcased by Detox Kitchen’s excellent plant-based meal packages. Go for the ‘Cleanse’ or ‘Maintain’ plans for a full meal delivery service, or opt for the ‘Flexi’ to receive breakfast, lunch, a juice and snacks each day. Whichever you go for you can guarantee delicious, nutritionally-balanced meals with lots of variation. From £19.55 a day.