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The Amazing Instant New York City Vegan Restaurant Finder


 Either within

How Vegan should the restaurant be?

(check all that apply)

Want more options? Try our mildly overwhelming advanced search page.


 the entire site:


This is just a screenshot, silly. Here's the real form.

This is just a screenshot, silly. Here’s the real form.

Worldchanging points us over to a wonderful new collaborative tool called GreenScanner, a “public database of opinions about the environmental friendliness of various products.”

You enter the UPC (bar code number) of a product, and it returns user-submitted ratings and reviews. There doesn’t seem to be much info in there yet – it’s up to the public (that means you and me) to populate it.

The site is gloriously simple, and is designed to work either via a regular desktop web browser or a mobile device, making it easy to check while you’re at the store shopping.

The vegan-ness of your food is an important part of how environmentally friendly it is. So here’s a big SuperVegan encouragement to all our readers: start adding product reviews, and make a note of any animal products (or lack thereof) involved, alongside other environmental issues like pesticides, deforestation, inefficient supply chains, wasteful packaging, exploitative labor, etc.

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