No Evil Foods makes meat from plants.

That’s right, complete proteins made from a few simple ingredients. Some people told us it couldn’t be done.

We took that as a challenge and started a revolutionary company that uses food as a force for good. No Evil Foods began in true DIY spirit and now leads the pack for environmentally sustainable, socially conscious, plant-based eats that feed and fuel the movement toward a better food system.

Feeding the Resistance

The No Evil arsenal of Plant Meat is stacked with a diverse cast of characters, each with their own unique personality. Our products are versatile, packed with flavor, and reminiscent of familiar flavors and textures for complete freedom in the kitchen. Go ahead, unleash your creativity. Our meats were made for it.

Damn Straight!

Our carton is totally compostable. We are also Plastic Negative Certified!

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Meat for the non-conformist.

We’ve tinkered with, tested, and vetted the recipes in the No Evil kitchen to arm you with the most delicious, satisfying, and nutritious meals to fuel your household. Whether it’s a weeknight or an occasion, we’ve got you covered.

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WE SAW A BROKEN FOOD SYSTEM

and took matters into our own hands.

We began by growing and making almost everything from scratch – from sauerkraut to maple syrup. And we were slaying it in the kitchen! Armed with newfound DIY-fueled confidence and driven by a vision for sustainable living, we started making Plant Meat in our own kitchen, with ingredients that we took off our pantry shelf.

Catch Us Online

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