So Good Food Co., based in Venice, CA, proudly announces Non-GMO Project verification of the company’s line of 100% plant-based MISO MAYO condiments.
“MISO MAYO has been made in small batches with non-GMO and gluten-free ingredients since 1990, when the So Good Food truck first served our vegan condiments in Los Angeles. Nutrition- and value-conscious consumers are our mainstay,” says owner Janet Smith. “Our customers have helped us vet new flavors and ingredients, drive label design and they support our best-quality goals to ‘make delicious easy”… and affordable!”
So Good Food currently sells three flavors of the miso-based condiment: Original, Spicy Red Pepper, and Garlic’n’Dill. All MISO MAYO products are available for purchase online, and in the refrigerated sections of retailers west of the Rockies, including Whole Foods, Sprouts, Natural Grocers, King Soopers, Jimbos, Erewhon and Mollie Stones, as well as hundreds of independent natural and gourmet food stores. MISO MAYO is distributed by UNFI West, Kehe and DPI, and also available DSD.
The delectable umami flavor of MISO MAYO comes from miso – fermented soybean paste, a living cultured food and highly nutritious ingredient prized for centuries.
For recipes and product information go to www.misomayo.com
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