If you’re looking for delicious plant-based alternatives to Turkey on Thanksgiving, you can now enroll in the three-part, online cooking series “Pardon My Turkey,” from Vegan News Daily and check out the offerings from No Evil Foods and its seasonal holiday roast.
Now, The Pardon ‘Holiday Centerpiece has a wider distribution, including all Whole Foods nationwide.
“We first introduced The Pardon in our early days at the farmer’s market, and it always sold out quickly with demand far exceeding our ability to fulfill orders. Customers have been requesting it be available in stores coast to coast for years, so we’re extremely excited for this national launch with our partners at Whole Foods and other retailers across the nation,” said Mike Woliansky, No Evil Foods co-founder and CEO.
The artisan Plant Meat brand’s success continues to be explosive, with 280% year-over-year sales growth from this time last year. Adding to their success is The Pardon, as this year’s sales have already exceeded last year by 236%.
Coated with organic herbs, laden with umami and harnessing power from vital wheat gluten, white beans, chickpea flour and organic seasonings, The Pardon ‘Holiday Centerpiece’ is the perfect meat-free roast alternative for those who want to celebrate Thanksgiving without sacrificing traditional holiday flavors. Made to be carved, displayed and admired, this meat-free centerpiece provides an authentic roast turkey experience.
The Pardon will be available nationwide through the fall and holiday season at every Whole Foods Market starting in November 2020. It will also be available for purchase at Wegmans, MOM’s, Shop-Rite, Huckleberry’s, The Fresh Market, Assorted Vegan and Natural Independents and online at VeganEssentials and FreshDirect.
With every purchase of this seasonal holiday ‘roast’, the Plant Meat brand sends a portion of the profit to Full Circle Farm Sanctuary, a safe haven for rescued farm animals. True to No Evil Foods’ core values, The Pardon is a delicious dose of activism made for the center of your dinner table. Plus, it’s certified plastic negative, a commitment the Plant Meat brand recently announced. For each pound of plastic used in the production of The Pardon, two pounds of plastic will be removed from the ocean.
You can also learn more about “Pardon My Turkey,” from Vegan News Daily below!