livekindly_cheese-Cropped-2

Photo credit: LIVEKINDLY

THIS FORMER FRENCH SLAUGHTERHOUSE IS NOW A VEGAN CHEESE FACTORY

Livekindly reports that Vegan cheese company All In Foods has set up shop in a former slaughterhouse in France.

All In Foods was launched in 2013 by the Jouault brothers, Huffington Post reports. The company produces dairy-free cheese and other vegan products under the brand Nature & Me.

All In Foods’ move to a former abattoir is part of the “most radical change” to occur in the Saint-Nazaire, Loire-Atlantique, area, according to the publication.

CAMPAIGNING FOR FRANCE TO GO VEGAN

The company began with two employees. It now has twenty people in the team and the move to the former slaughterhouse will allow it to hire a dozen more, according to co-founder Bertrand Jouault, who also revealed that the team invested €1 million in the 4000m² space.

The brand distributes one hundred products – including cheese, cream, and mayonnaise that are egg- and dairy-free – in 30 countries across the world. Their products are made from various plant sources like sunflower protein, coconut oil, and potato and offer nutrients like fiber, calcium, and B12. All In Foods achieves high food safety standards by removing all allergenic products from its recipes. “Only four companies in Europe have this level of technology,” Jouault said.

The article was first published on The Livekindly. Continue reading. . .

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *