"In March, North Carolina-based vegan butcher No Evil Foods donated 400 pounds of vegan meat to communities and organizations in North Carolina and California to help hunger-relief efforts during the ongoing coronavirus pandemic... The brand also has an ongoing relationship with nonprofit Bounty & Soul, to which it has donated more than 2,780 pounds of vegan meat over the last three months."
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“'When life gives you lemons'… make wraps! That’s exactly what No Evil Foods did when the Expo West they came to town for was postponed and they ended up with a bunch of food they had prepped and no desire to ship it back or throw it away. Instead, they generously provided a pre-vigil meal for the amazing activists who chose to spend their evening at a slaughterhouse giving water and love to baby pigs on their way to slaughter."
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"Instead, No Evil Foods handed out its samples to protesters at a nearby Smithfield Foods slaughter plant, opened a popup outside a Los Angeles restaurant and offered tastes at a launch party for a plant-based cooking show on Amazon Prime... 'We have always been very good at doing a whole lot with very little, and we will continue to do that,' [Sadrah Schadel] said. 'But we'll bounce back, we always do.'"
"No Evil Foods, the company founded on the mission to empower people to make positive choices for themselves, the planet, and the welfare of animals through artisan plant meat, is now available in over 5,500 stores nationwide at retailers like Whole Foods, Target and Wegmans, among others."
"No Evil Foods makes a variety of plant-based meat substitutes... Seriously, you guys need to check out these ingredients — they're about as clean, simple, and straight-forward as they come."
"There’s a lot happening at The Axis these days. That’s the nickname the No Evil Foods folks have given to their large new production facility in Weaverville. About 90 people work for the company, which makes plant-based substitutes that mimic chicken, chorizo, turkey, and other meats in flavor and texture."
"Plant-based meat substitutes used to be confined to the aisles of health food stores and stands at farmers markets, but with the explosion in discussions around the environmental and health consequences of eating meat, they’ve found their way to the most prominent retailers. Sadrah Schadel and Mike Woliansky, co-founders of No Evil Foods, tapped into this explosion, taking their company from local farmers markets all the way to Whole Foods and Walmart."
"We love this North Carolina-based plant meat company, not least for its bold and fearless branding. It’s been almost a year now since we last interviewed No Evil Foods, and as we all know, a great deal has happened in the world of vegan business since then."
"With industry leaders like Beyond Meat and Impossible Burger making headlines these days, it’s easy to overlook some of the other players in this rising category that are actually better tasting and less processed. No Evil Foods stands out from the crowd..."
"When we started No Evil Foods, my co-founder and partner Mike and I were vegetarian. We were so welcomed by the vegan community, and as our company grew, so did our awareness... We now feel it’s our obligation and calling to repair the world through awesome food - or at least give it a fighting chance.”
"Sadrah has never actually eaten meat. Mike was in the punk scene, where "compassion to all" was a popular mantra. Together, after struggling to find plant-based meat sources that were as sustainable as they were tasty, they came up with No Evil Foods; the plant-based meat alternative company that first debuted at a tiny Farmer's Market in Asheville, NC."