The Best Healthy Fast Food in Vancouver

If you want healthy food on to go, Vancouver has many options.

Vancouver Fast Food

In Vancouver we pride ourselves on active lifestyles. We view fast food as non-healthy. We seek dining spots that won’t take too much time to prepare our meals, but will provide healthy alternatives.

Whether we’re dining in or grabbing something on the go, there’s always something convenient around the corner. Here are a few places to check out for healthy fast food that have more than one location.

Glory Juice Co.

Glory Juice Co. is known for its selection of organic pressed juices and nut milk. With locations in popular areas of the city, you’ll be able to find nourishment with their açai bowls, salads, soups and smoothies that are deliciously guilt-free. Go for the Vanilla Cake smoothie or the avocado toast, especially to start your day.

 Be Fresh

By crafting in-house artisanal products, Be Fresh provides a wide variety of goods for their cafes and markets. You’ll be thanking yourself when you go for any protein-related or salad meals during daily lunch breaks.

SMAK

Smak truly lives up to its slogan of creating naturally fast food. With their menu options for breakfast, lunch and dinner, the meals will keep you fully sustained, along with catering to those with restricted diets and lifestyles. Along with their downtown shops on West Pender and Granville, Smak will soon open its third branch on Howe St.

Tractor Foods

The atmosphere of Tractor Foods provides a clean ambience when dining at any of their Vancouver spots. Attracting both professionals and casual diners alike, the eatery offers a variety of soups, sandwiches and plant-based bowls. Whether it’s the yogurt parfait for breakfast, the soup or stew for lunch or the double chocolate cookie with nuts, you’ll find satisfaction in every bite.

The Juice Truck

The Instagram-worthy (plus eco-friendly) cart from The Juice Truck is situated on the corner of Robson and Burrard. As one of the leading pressed juice companies in Vancouver, you can’t help but marvel over their collection of vegan-based snacks, juice cleanses and meals. If you enjoy dining in, then perhaps the Yaletown, Main or Mount Pleasant locations will give you the space to indulge.

Kokomo

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A popular favourite in both Chinatown and Kitsilano, Kokomo attracts a cult following through their plant-based meals and chic interiors. From food bowls to hot tonic drinks, we soak up energy and good vibes in no time. A must-try item on the menu is the vegan coconut soft serve, also known as the Cocowhip.

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Linda Nguyen is a Vancouver-based freelance writer and is currently completing her studies in Journalism. During her time off, she likes to travel whenever possible, enjoys high tea, visiting art museums and roaming around bookstores.