Is All Pasta Sauce Vegan?
Not all pasta sauce brands are vegan. Many store-bought pasta sauces contain multiple animal products, most of which are dairy products.
Be on the lookout for pasta sauces that contain milk, but also be careful about other animal products that are not listed under an allergy warning, like meat flavorings.
Luckily, many spaghetti sauce brands have vegan options even if all of their selections are not plant-based. Check out the list below to find many vegan pasta sauce brands. I've also included varieties that are not vegan so you can be sure to stay away from them.
This guide is for informational purposes only. All ingredients are subject to change, so be sure to always read ingredient labels before purchasing and contact manufacturers with any questions.
Like pasta sauce, not all pasta brands are vegan. To be sure you pair your plant-based sauce with vegan noodles, check out my vegan pasta brands guide!
- 365 Everyday Value
- Rao's (my favorite!)
- Victoria (most vegan cream sauces)
- Cucina Antica
- Farm to Fork
- Gia Russa
- Jar Goods (vegan vodka and pesto sauces)
- La San Marzano
- Lucini Italia
- Monte Bene
- Newman's Own
- Primal Kitchen (vegan alfredo and vodka sauces)
- Silver Palate
- Thrive Market
- Francesco Rinaldi
- Yo Mama's (vegan wine sauces)
La San Marzano
Although not all La San Marzano pasta sauces are vegan, the ones that are vegan are clearly labeled on their website! Scroll through their products and look for the ones that are labeled vegan.
Where to Buy: You can buy La San Marzano pasta sauces online on their website or on Amazon. You can also find them in stores at major retailers.
La San Marzano Vegan Pasta Sauces:
- Marinara Sauce
- Tomato Basil Sauce
- Arrabiata Sauce
- Roasted Garlic Sauce
La San Marzano Sauces that are NOT Vegan:
- Four Cheese Sauce