Plant Based Food Companies
So you’ve made the transition – or considering it – and want to know how to sell your commodities in the vegan food marketplace. Here is information about the burgeoning plant-based industry and the many potential partners that are awaiting you.
From their humble beginnings with 4 employees in Miyoko’s home kitchen, to a 30,000 sq ft. state-of-the-art facility in Sonoma, they’re leading the way in transforming the future of the creamery. In just a few short years, their products can be found in 1,000’s of stores across the country and their ‘cheese’ wheels are on the road to global distribution in the near future. They’re changing perceptions of vegan food, to inspire people from all walks of life to enjoy a phenomenally vegan lifestyle.
Wicked Healthy Foods
They’re chefs and brothers from New England, so for them, bein’ Wicked Healthy means cooking and eating good-for-you food that tastes so good you think it must be bad for you. You follow? The bottom line is, doing what’s good for the planet and good for your body does not have to mean eating food that tastes bad. They want you to eat more vegetables, especially if they are green, locally grown, and organic! And they want to show you how to make them taste friggin delicious, so you’ll cook ‘em and eat ‘em at home with your family and friends.
It’s Jerky Y’all
It’s Jerky Y’all got started when Native Texan Brett learned that beef was his great state’s most significant contribution to America’s stomachs. He set out to shift habits with a tastier, tender, 100% plant-based jerky made with zero animal involvement. Why plant-based jerky? Because plants deliver more protein with less impact on people, animals, and the planet.
Follow Your Heart
From their early days as a soup and sandwich counter to their now internationally available brand of plant-based foods, Follow Your Heart has always led the way in innovating great-tasting and better-for-you foods while striving to make the world a more compassionate and delicious place.
We believe there is a better way to feed our future and that the positive choices we all make, no matter how small, can have a great impact on our personal health and the health of our planet. By shifting from animal to plant-based meat, we can positively impact four growing global issues: human health, climate change, constraints on natural resources, and animal welfare.
Impossible Foods makes meat, dairy and fish from plants. Their mission is to make the global food system truly sustainable by eliminating the need to make food from animals. Why? Animal agriculture uses a tremendous amount of the world’s natural resources. In 2016, they launched their first product, the Impossible™ Burger. It’s delicious, nutritious, and made using but a small fraction of the land, water and energy required to make meat from a cow.
Prepare to transform your everyday meals into seriously delicious creations. With their obsession to craft bold flavor profiles, like their Spicy Mexican Chipotle Plant-Based Sausages, and their undeniably rich and creamy Chao Creamery Dairy-free cheeses, they blend vegetables, grains, legumes and fresh herbs & spices to create mouth-watering plant-based food.
One Degree Organics
At One Degree Organic Foods, they believe in the connection between healthy soil, healthy crops, and healthy people. They’re passionate about clean, nourishing foods. And they believe that you deserve 100% transparency in everything you eat. That’s why their family has created QR code technology that gives you the power to trace every product and meet the farmers and producers behind every ingredient you’re eating—just like a farmers’ market.
At Treeline they are passionate about making products free from dairy not only for human and health and the environment, but also for animal welfare