No Evil Foods Revenue and Competitors
Estimated Revenue & Valuation
- No Evil Foods's estimated annual revenue is currently $6.7M per year.
- No Evil Foods's estimated revenue per employee is $216,000
- No Evil Foods has 31 Employees.
- No Evil Foods grew their employee count by -37% last year.
No Evil Foods Competitors & Alternatives
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What Is No Evil Foods?
No Evil Foods, makers of artisan Plant Meat, is hell-bent on disrupting the food system by taking plant-based meat out of the laboratory and back to their roots in the kitchen. Our oil-free, plant-based meats challenge the status quo by using simple, sustainable ingredients that you can recognize to recreate a traditional protein experience. Our mission is simple - to make better meat for the masses. No Evil Foods exists to fuel and inspire positive impacts on people, planet, and animals by creating awesome plant-based foods. Protein for ALL and in PLANTS we trust. No Evil Foods has been featured in VOGUE Magazine, BuzzFeed.com, FoodDive, Hemispheres Magazine and has been recognized by the Martha Stewart American Made Awards & the Made In NC Awards.keywords:N/A
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No Evil Foods News
41 3 44 Shares 3 Mins Read Announcing their partnership with New York-based plastic credit platform rePurpose Global, vegan meat maker No Evil Foods has just become the first plant-based meat company to take a plastic-negative stance. The Asheville, North Carolina startup will be offsetting ...
North Carolina-based No Evil Foods – founded by Schadel and Mike Wolianksky in 2014 and now in 5,000+ stores including Whole Foods, Wegmans, Albertsons, Walmart and Kroger – is not going head to head with Impossible Foods or Beyond Meat, who are effectively reverse engineering meat and putting ...
©PBFA The Plant Based Foods Association (PBFA) announced this week the addition of three new members to its 2021 Board of Directors: Armetha Pihlstrom, National Account Manager of Impossible Foods; GW Chew, Founder and CEO of Something Better Foods; and Sadrah Schadel, Co-founder and Chief Crea ...
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