Daily Footprint, #35 – Tofurky

Packaging for the Tofurky veggie roast with wild rice stuffing

Tofurky (made by the charmingly-named Turtle Island Foods, based in Portland, Oregon) has been around since the 1980s and is still a family-owned company. Founder, Seth Tibbot had this to say about the journey: Armed with my life savings of $2500 and a passionate love for soybeans, I rented a small space in the back … Continue reading Daily Footprint, #35 – Tofurky

Daily Footprint, #33 – No Evil

A package of "The Stallion" sausages from No Evil Foods, composed of cardboard.

Continuing on the theme on meat alternatives, I’m going to take a look at No Evil Foods, which began in 2014 by selling homemade products in farmers’ markets in North Carolina and has grown since then, recently expanding to Whole Foods markets across the US. They make a range of high-protein products to cook with … Continue reading Daily Footprint, #33 – No Evil