Amy’s Kitchen was founded in 1987 by Andy and Rachel Berliner and the company is named after their daughter. Amy's Kitchen makes a variety of convenience and frozen foods. All of their products are vegetarian or vegan, and they are a registered B Corporation.
Their first product was the Amy’s Vegetable Pot Pie and now they make many categories of foods including pizza, soup, burritos, and mac and cheese. The company is still family-owned.
What is Amy's Kitchen’s approach to vegan products?
Does Amy's Kitchen make vegan products?
Yes, Amy's Kitchen makes vegan pizzas, ready meals, burritos, bowls, and many other types of products.
Are all Amy's Kitchen products vegan?
No, some of Amy's Kitchen’s foods are vegetarian and do contain animal products.
Is Amy's Kitchen a vegan business?
No, because Amy's Kitchen makes some products containing animal ingredients, we do not consider it a vegan business.
Who is Amy's Kitchen owned by and is it a vegan business?
Amy's Business is family-owned and privately held.
What else can you tell me about Amy's Kitchen?
What does Amy's Kitchen say about itself?
Amy’s Kitchen has grown beyond the Berliner’s wildest dreams, going from several family members pitching in anywhere they can, to a wonderful group of employees, farmers and suppliers. But no matter how big the company grows, one thing will always remain the same—the family spirit that permeates every decision made inside of Amy’s Kitchen. Source
Our goal is to do things the right way. Right by our customers. Right by our farmers. Right by our family of employees. And right by our Earth. The right way isn’t always the smart way or the easy way, but it’s the only way we’re interested in. Source
What types of vegan products does Amy's Kitchen make?
Amy's Kitchen makes the following types of vegan food:
- Vegan burgers, patties, and sliders
- Vegan meals
- Vegan burittos, pockets, and similar
- Vegan chilis, curries, stews, and casseroles
- Vegan pizzas
- Vegan ready meals, bowls, and similar
- Vegan soups and broths
- Vegan pasta and noodles
- Vegan chocolate, sweets, and candy
- Vegan dips and spreads
- Vegan pies, tarts, and pastries
Please note that Amy's Kitchen does make other types of food as well, but those foods are vegetarian, not vegan, so we haven't listed them above.
What are some common features of Amy's Kitchen vegan products?
- All products are free from genetically modified organisms.
- Most (but not all) of their products are organic.
Are there any other helpful resources from Amy's Kitchen?
- The Amy's Kitchen blog, with categories including Kitchen, Family, Community, Sustainability, and Gathering.
- Love Letters–Testimonials about Amy's Kitchen.
- Amy's Kitchen recipes.
- Amy's Kitchen meal plans.
How and where can I buy Amy's Kitchen vegan products?
How can I buy Amy's Kitchen products online?
Amy's Kitchen vegan products can be purchased online through Amazon, Target, Kroger, Walmart, and many other retailers.
How can I buy Amy's Kitchen products locally?
Amy's Kitchen vegan products are widely available in national grocery chains and supermarkets as well as specialty local stores.
What countries are Amy's Kitchen products available in?
Amy's is widely available in the United States and Canada, and increasingly available in other countries such as Great Britain, Germany, and Australia, Latin America, Southeast Asia, and China.
What are the contact details for Amy's Kitchen?
What is the website for Amy's Kitchen?
How do I get in touch with Amy's Kitchen?
- Phone: 707-781-7535 or 800-643-0570
- Website: Website contact form
Where can I find [mfr name] on social media?
- Amy's Kitchen on Facebook
- Amy's Kitchen on Twitter
- Amy's Kitchen on Instagram
- Amy's Kitchen on YouTube
- Amy's Kitchen on Pinterest
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