Me and my wife both prefer it to real Mayo! It’s delicious!
Lovely and thick, just as good as normal mayo, pro
Lovely and thick, just as good as normal mayo, probably better
Better than the original.....no cruelty involved!
Top quality, can't fault it at all , delicious 😋 i use it on sandwiches and to dip chips ,also nice on burgers and with salad 🥗
Really good mayo - prefer it to regular
Great product. I'm not a vegan but thought I'd try it. I actually prefer it to regular mayonnaise. Just wish they weren't exploiting the vegan market with such a high price compared to standard Hellmann's
Better than the original in my opinion
Top class product! I prefer this to the original version. I used to find that the traditional mayonnaises sometimes tasted 'over-egged', obviously with this you're not going to get that issue. Love this stuff lemoney tasty!
This is the best vegan mayonnaise I've ever had. I
This is the best vegan mayonnaise I've ever had. I will be buying it from now on. Also love the baconaise and the garlic version's . Well done Hellmens.
This is excellent My daughter has a severe egg all
This is excellent My daughter has a severe egg allergy and cross contamination to eggs. However be careful if you do suffer from an egg allergy/cross contamination as its made on same line as the original Mayo.. I don't use it any more for that reason but it is highly recommended.
Keep it simple with a spoon over a squeezy bottle
Much easier to regulate how much lovely vegan mayo I wanted.
This is dreck. Just can't trust reviews for vegan alternatives - the reviewers seem to be a little too enthusiastic in their praise, or perhaps it's been an awfully long time since they tried the real thing? This is honestly no substitute, but it's edible, I guess.
Delicious product, let down by a substandard container!
Review from Unilever UK
We love Hellmann's vegan "mayo", hence the 5 stars, but we curse the container it's sold in! The product is difficult to get out of the bottle, particularly the last 25% or so - could you redesign it, please, Hellmanns?