Veganoteca vegan shop and online shop – Barcelona



C/ Valdonzella, 60
Nearest metro: Universitat

Monday to Friday 11hrs to 14:30hrs and 16:30 a 21 h.
Saturdays between 11hrs and 21hrs

An online and physical shop that sells vegan and vegetarian produce such as cheese, cakes, cookies and ice creams that have been created without the use of dairy, eggs, honey or animal rennet. They also sell health food items, vegan cosmetics and beauty products, supplements and tisanes, organic products for dogs and cats, environmentally amicable  household products for cleaning and the usual stuff you’d expect to find in a health food store or supermarket eg soya and rice milks, gluten free spaghettis and pastas, cotton tampons, aloe vera juice, brown rice, dried seaweeds and items for oriental cooking such as wasabi, soba noodles, tamari, nama shoyu, and red miso. You know the roll call.

You can buy agave syrup (not raw), unrefined brown sugar, various types of honeys and organic maple syrup.

They are soon (apparently) opening an online shop, although according to the website this section is still under construction. You can contact them on to find out more about the online facility.

They also organise events about or related to veganism.

A lovely spot with a good range of vegan items and with a faultless philosophy. In a country famous for its somewhat bloody traditions such as bullfighting, it’s always refreshing to find that there is a community – however small – of people willing to stand up and protect the other species with which we share this beautiful planet.

Veganoteca wins my loyalty as they are one of very few establishments in Barcelona that sell Booja Booja – the British brand of raw, vegan ice creams made from agave syrup, coconut oil and agave syrup. Delicious and virtuous.

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