It's actually more of a mini-market, but I'm certainly not complaining. Un Monde Vegan ('a vegan world') had been operating online for a few years before opening a shop here in Paris.
The online business is still going strong, and you can order pretty much any vegan essentials and treats via them if you're elsewhere in France. In my experience, they send your food delights quickly, safely, and coolly.
Back to the vegan supermarket in Paris. It's very conveniently located (for me at least) near République (lines 3, 5, 8, 9, 11).
The selection of vegan speciality products is out of this world. It's almost as good as that huge Union Square Whole Foods I went wild in when I was in New York. Un Monde Vegan stocks a huge selection of vegan cheeses, sausages, sandwich slices, ice creams, burgers, nuggets, mayonnaise, milks, spreads, chocolates, flours, and you get the gist. They even carry the elusive liquid smoke I've been making my friends smuggle back from the US with them for years.
Here's a fairly typical haul for your viewing pleasure. That Wilmersburger cheese didn't last long, I can tell you:
Un Monde Vegan
64 Rue Notre Dame de Nazareth
Métro: République (lines 3, 5, 8, 9, 11) or Strasbourg St Denis (lines 4, 8, 9)
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