Eden Foods Vegan Food Brand Review

Eden Foods makes a very wide range of vegan products including dairy alternatives and ready meals. They are self-owned.

Eden Foods Vegan Food Brand Review

Eden Foods was created in 1969 as a co-op grocery store in southern Michigan. It’s famous for its line of organic soy milk, Edensoy, and its line of Japanese foods.

Eden Foods make a very wide variety of products including beans, whole grains, flours, vegetables, condiments, pasta, and many more. They have extensive information on their website about their commitment to healthy foods and supporting US farmers. They were one of the first brands to be completely non-GMO.

All of their products are vegan and we believe they are self-owned.

What is Eden Foods' approach to vegan products?

Does Eden Foods make vegan products?

Yes, Eden Foods make a wide variety of vegan products.

Are all Eden Foods products vegan?

Yes, all of the products that Eden Foods makes are plant-based and vegan.

Is Eden Foods a vegan business?

Yes, we believe that Eden Foods is a completely vegan business as they only make and sell vegan products.

Who is Eden Foods owned by and is it a vegan business?

Yes, we believe Eden Foods is self-owned.

What else can you tell me about Eden Foods?

What does Eden Foods say about itself?

Eden Foods goals

To provide the highest quality life supporting food and accurate information about them, their uses, and benefits.

To maintain a healthy, respectful, challenging, and rewarding environment for employees.

To cultivate sound relationships with other organizations and individuals who are like minded and involved in like pursuits.

To cultivate adaptability to change in economic, social, and environmental conditions, to allow Eden the opportunity to survive long-term.

To have a strong, positive impact on farming practices and food processing techniques used throughout the world.

To contribute to peaceful evolution on Earth.


What types of vegan products does Eden Foods make?

Eden Foods makes a very wide variety of beans, vegetables, and other vegan foods. The types of foods they make that we also cover on Kindly Geek are:

  • Vegan milks and flavored milks
  • Vegan chilis, curries, stews, and casseroles

What are some common features of Eden Foods vegan products?

  • Plant-based and free from animal products.
  • All Eden Foods products are free from genetically modified organisms.
  • Approximately 80 percent of Eden Foods are double certified organic, both by USDA NOP certifiers and Eden Foods' system of ensuring organic authenticity as expected by their customers. Some Japanese imported Macrobiotic specialty foods, the Spanish extra virgin olive oil, and Midwestern red wine vinegar, are not certified organic.
  • 90 percent of Eden Foods are kosher.

How and where can I buy Eden Foods vegan products?

How can I buy Eden Foods products online?

You can purchase Eden Foods products directly from their online store, through many grocery store websites, and from Commerce retailers like Amazon.

How can I buy Eden Foods products locally?

Eden Foods products are available in regional and national grocery stores and supermarket chains.

What countries are Eden Foods products available in?

Eden Foods products are available in the United States.

What are the contact details for Eden Foods?

What is the website for Eden Foods?

How do I get in touch with Eden Foods?

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