No Evil Foods – Plant Based Meat

No Evil Food is a company that produces plant-based “meats”. It has the texture and look of meat, without harming any animals in the process. The brand targets people who “recognize the connection between food, kindness to self and others, and environmental impact”.

Jhoana Carla de Toro
Jhoana Carla de Toro

Updated: 24 October 2018

Vegetarians previously lamented the narrow list of choices when traveling or when dining locale. Fortunately, vegetarians and vegans today have more options as more people are embracing this healthier lifestyle. Taste is not monopolized by meat, after all. There are far more tasty and healthy dishes that do not have even an ounce of meat in them.

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No Evil Foods is one of the myriads of companies today embracing the healthy vegan and vegetarian food. The owners of No Evil Foods conceived the company after they saw a broken system where people and establishments did not serve them what they want so they took matters into their own hands and started growing and making things they wanted to eat. While they experimented in the kitchen, they had a vision of providing sustainable living by using ingredients they had on their shelves.

 

The company has grown considerably since it started but their products are all crafted the same way they were since day one. Some of their delightful and unforgettable creations are their Stallion Italian sausage that is bursting with a barrage of traditional spices; and the Comrade cluck vegan chicken that is lightly seasoned for versatility. There is also the El Zapatista chorizo which offers juicy bites; the Pit Boss pulled “pork” BBQ that is smoked over real hickory wood and slathered in a sorghum molasses sauce; and The Pardon, a vegan centerpiece which will be everyone’s favorite dish on any holiday.

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The company is not resting on its laurels and to provide quality food to everyone, No Evil Foods has partnered with Walmart to expand their retail footprint to eight states; namely, Alabama, North and South Carolina, Georgia, Arkansas, Missouri, Texas, and Louisiana.  Their vegan meats are now available at 250 Walmart locations, and they are planning to expand and add more locations by 2019. This is indeed welcome news to people who would like to make some lifestyle changes because more than 90% of Americans live within 10 miles of a Walmart. They need not look very far to find tasty and healthy alternatives to meat.

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Imagine how easy it will be for meat-eaters to begin making healthier and more sustainable food choices. It is going to be much easier to adjust to a vegetarian lifestyle, making this trend grow more than ever!

Search for restaurants, cafes and bars for your next travel destination on www.vegefied.com

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