Winners 2022


This year’s Finalists and Winners range from realistic camembert alternatives to wall paint - if you missed the Ceremony, you can watch the recording here. While the entries in the 15 niche categories were scored by a panel of media and industry experts, a public voting period with over 60,000 votes determined the results of the Special Consumers’ Award, and an Influencer Jury panel consisting of 15 international vegan content creators had their say in who won the Special Influencers’ Award. To find out more, read our blog article, and check out the Winners by browsing the categories below.




Winners 2022

Vegan camembert and cream cheese range by Bettermoo(d)

Previously called Vbellabio, Austria's first vegan cheese factory was founded in 2019 with a mission to develop healthy vegan cheese alternatives. The seven different types of Camemberts and four different cream cheese alternatives in their range are freshly produced in loving craftsmanship, and go through the same maturing process as animal cheese - the only difference is that organic cashew paste is used.


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Complete dog food by VEGDOG

A dog needs protein, not meat: this is the revolutionary idea behind VEGDOG, the first plant-based, gluten-free, complete dog food. The high-quality product range contains dry and wet food, dental sticks, and snacks. The innovative products developed with veterinarians have a huge positive impact on the dog's health and the environment.


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TU-NAH spreads by BettaF!sh

Given up fish after watching Seaspiracy? Don’t worry, you can still enjoy the world’s most widely consumed and beloved seafood guilt-free! Bettaf!sh’s innovative seaweed-based tuna enhances the pros of seafood but eliminates the environmental cons. It looks like tuna, tastes like tuna, works like tuna, but doesn’t cost a fortuna.


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Wonig, a vegan honey alternative by Vegablum

A completely new alternative to conventional honey, the Wonig product range is produced from fair raw cane sugar and pure plant extracts. You can be sure that not a single bee was robbed of even a drop of honey, yet it tastes just as delicious as honey and can be used for cooking, baking, sweetening, or, simply, as a spread.


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Flammkuchen with onion and “schmecht” by Der Vegane Flammkuchen

Flammkuchen (Tarte flambée) is an Alsatian dish known for its crunchy dough, seasoned cream, onions, and bacon. Der Vegane has reinvented it as a vegan product – with the same crunchy base, soy cream, onions, and soy protein strips as a bacon alternative, with the same smoky, savory seasoning as the original.


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BIO gyoza dumplings and BIO gyozas with chickpeas by VIČI

The VIČI BIO Gyoza dumplings are especially created for those who enjoy an organic yet tasty lifestyle. Both the BIO Gyoza dumplings with vegetables and BIO gyozas with chickpeas are made only from top quality, bio-approved raw materials. They are Asian-style dumplings with thin dough and a filling of organic vegetables or chickpeas and tomatoes.


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Gimber N°2 Brut

Gimber N°2 Brut is an alcohol-free concentrate with the original kick of organic ginger, 50% less fairtrade cane sugar, premium Yuzu (full of vitamin C and antioxidants), and lemon thyme. Fresh and bold as ever! It’s made with 100% organic and natural ingredients, and is free from preservatives and stabilizers.


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Konjac range by Slendier

Slendier’s Konjac Noodles (also known as Shirataki Noodles), Pasta, and Rice are a tasty and healthy, low-carb, low-calorie, gluten-free, and keto-friendly alternative to wheat pasta and rice noodles. The products are made from glucomannan – a highly viscous type of fiber that comes from the konjac root, which can absorb water to form a gel. Konjac products move through the digestive system very slowly, which helps maintain low blood sugar and promotes weight loss, delaying nutrient absorption into the bloodstream while still feeling full.


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Betwelve Unicorn chewable tablets by Les Bio Frères

Les Bio Frères definitely put the ‘fun’ in ‘functional food’ with their chewable B12 tablets. These organic, strawberry and banana flavored tablets - available in other flavors too - contribute to the reduction of fatigue. Packed in recycled and recyclable cardboard with a cork lid, this food supplement provides 4 months’ worth of B12, ideal for children and adults alike.


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Superfood for Women by Moon Powder

The Moon Powder Superfood Set is an innovative, 100% organic and vegan plant powder, customized for the cyclic needs of women. Its recipes refer to the two moon phases (waning and waxing moon), and are rich in natural Vitamin C and Iron. It helps women to find their natural balance.


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Hair care range by VeganCare

Portuguese brand VeganCare deeply believes in the idea that people can be beautiful and take care of themselves, using cosmetics, without supporting animal exploitation. Therefore, they specialize in the production of solid cosmetics, such as shampoo and conditioner bars, along with accessories made of Portuguese cork. They also want to support organic farming, thus promoting human health and the sustainability of our planet.


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Laundry strips by EatGreen

Cleanly Eco laundry sheets are a new type of laundry detergent with a lot of environmental benefits. They come without plastic waste (the packaging is made from recycled paper), contribute to less air pollution, are super-concentrated with biodegradable ingredients, dermatology tested, and hypoallergenic. They are super easy to use, and save a lot of space in the house.


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Nettle and Rose Mattress Ticking by Boyteks Tekstil

The Nettle Vegan Mattress Ticking has been developed with nettle blended yarn - a hollow fiber absorbing moisture and providing a cool feeling, while being a natural, sustainable, biodegradable, and renewabée resource. The rose version has been developed with natural rose threads, providing a silky touch and comfortable handfeel with an excellent moisture absorption feature.


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Vegan printing service by oeding print

“Do you print vegan?” A customer request motivated oeding print, a pioneer for sustainable printing solutions, to establish a new industry standard to certify printed matters as vegan. This adds a new dimension to their already eco-friendly portfolio with over 80% of their papers based on recycling-material or FSC®-certified. 100% of their inks are based on vegetable oils, are non-hazardous and free from mineral oils. Using 100% certified green power, up to 25% of which is generated directly on site, they’ve reduced their emissions by 75%. Because it simply makes sense to print a vegan cookbook vegan, too!


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100% pressed juices by Funky Forest

Funky Forest strives for sustainability regarding not only innovative production and environmental protection, but also other social areas. This includes helping to promote a healthy and conscious lifestyle both in theory and in practice by working together with renowned dietitians, and supporting local charity services in Hungary. In 2021 alone, more than 20,000 bottles of fruit juice were donated, as well as over 10,000 kg of apple pomace as feed for the animals of a nearby farm.


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V-Love The Boiled by Migros

"V-Love The Boiled" is the world's first vegan alternative to a hard boiled egg. Though its development took three years, the final product's look, smell, texture, and taste replace the characteristics of an original egg. It is high in protein, has a Nutriscore A, contains no cholesterol, less saturated fats and more fiber, and requires 70% fewer resources to make than a common egg..


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Primelock+ by Givaudan

Primelock+ is a unique technology that mimics real meat fat to turn plant-based burgers into an authentic culinary experience. Its juicy bite and fatty mouthfeel, shelf-life stability, and realistic fat visual appearance will delight consumers.


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Leather alternative by Oleatex

Using waste material from the olive industry and other bio-wastes, Oleago turns trash into treasure, giving new life to bio-waste. The fruit of their innovation is a leather alternative to both genuine and synthetic leather, which is up to 90% bio-based. It is also 100% recyclable, and provides maximum use of renewable resources for the fashion world, lowering carbon footprints and helping brands comply with regulations.


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Vemondo Product Range by Lidl

Lidl is continuously and intensively working on their vegan range to meet the demands of their customers: they now have over 500 vegan products in their range and over 50 vegan substitute products under their own vegan brand "Vemondo". With Vemondo, Lidl wants to make it easier for their retail customers to identify vegan substitute products that are climate-neutral and consistently address the issues of CO2 reduction, animal welfare, and conscious nutrition.


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