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Mock-Meats Maker Says Its Products Are Strictly Clean Label

July 9, 2018: 12:00 AM EST

Ashville, N.C.-based start-up No Evil Foods hopes to differentiate itself from makers of “mock-meats” that use highly-processed ingredients and protein isolates. The company has applied clean label principles to the production of plant-based meat products that are small batch and sustainable. Instead of isolated proteins, the company uses a chickpea and European wheat flour base that is texturized and seasoned to make four products. The portfolio includes Comrade Cluck vegan chicken, a chorizo sausage, an Italian sausage that comes in links, and smoked pulled pork barbeque. The mock-meats are very low fat – they contain no added fats or oils – are cholesterol free, and protein-rich. [Image Credit: © No Evil Foods]

"No Evil Foods' mock meats marry plant-based and clean-label trends", FoodNavigator-USA.com, July 09, 2018, © William Reed Business Media Ltd
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