Best known for its outerwear, NOIZE (a cruelty-free and fashion-forward Canadian company) designs collections with a clear conscience, using only synthetic fibers, vegan leathers, and faux furs.
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Maya’s Cookies is a Black-owned gourmet vegan cookie company that was founded in 2015. From classics to unique flavors such as Chocolate Chip S’mores and Marble Fudge, every flavor has a story grounded in Maya’s experiences. The company ships nationwide.
Rise Brewing Co. offers nitro cold-brewed coffee in kegs and shelf-stable cans for grocery and convenience stores, offices, bars, restaurants, and cafés—the cans are also available to consumers online.
If you’re a compassionate person who wouldn’t hurt a fly and your motto is “live and let live,” even when it comes to tiny, six-legged, uninvited house guests, then this humane bug catcher is for you!
Curls, community, and culture are at the heart of Rizos Curls, a Latina-owned hair care line founded by Julissa Prado. It embraces and celebrates the beauty of curls, coils, and waves everywhere!
Created in 2011 by Marion Hanania, GOOD GUYS DON’T WEAR LEATHER is the first French shoe company for men and women that’s 100% vegan. Its fair-trade shoes are made in Europe.
This company provides dancers worldwide with vegan ballet slippers. Cynthia King vegan ballet slippers feature stretch canvas uppers and synthetic soles. Ms. King says, “No animal should suffer for the sake of dance.”