frequently Asked Questions

The Veganist FAQ's

We are sure that as the Fraser Valley’s first 100% vegan boutique and grocery that there are going to be questions. We do our best to answer them below.

Yes! Everything we carry instore and online is 100% vegan! We do the research and hard work so you don’t have to.

This question can be answered many different ways, depending on who you ask. In the easiest and simplest sense it means to live in a way that does not harm other animals/species. So this means us vegans do not consume, purchase or use animal products or bi-products. This includes, but is not limited to: Meat, Seafood, Dairy or other Animal Lactation’s, Eggs, Honey, Leather, Whey, Bone, Fur, Skin, Wool etc.

We ship everywhere in Canada (excluding Québec) and we offer local next day delivery to everyone located between Chilliwack to Coquitlam. Our Agassiz, Hope and Cultus customers we will be doing weekly delivery on Friday’s.

Yes, you may. Though we’d prefer everyone to be vegan- we know that our customers come from many different ways of life, and may be on different points in their plant-based journey- or even have other reasons for shopping with us.

Us! We call ourselves a vegan grocery boutique because we are a grocery store, just vegan and when you first walk into our store, you walk into the boutique portion of the store. Our boutique section carries vegan apparel, bags, skincare, shoes, soaps and so much more! We also thought that this was a better description for our store rather than a health food store- as we’re simply a grocery store that only carries vegan products; not everything we carry is “healthy”.

Yes! We love seeing your well dogs in store! Our only request is that they are on a leash and well-behaved.

Yes we do! If you’re shopping our online store you can simply enter gluten-free and all the gluten free items will come up! If you’re shopping in-store we have yellow tags to easily identify gluten-free products. Please note that we are still working on ensuring everything has the appropriate tags/signs so there will be items that are gluten-free that are not pulled in your search online and in store.