Sunday, January 16, 2011

Call of the Wildwood

When you think of progressive food companies you don't usually think of them being located in the Heartland. East Coast, sure. West Coast, definitely. Oregon, absolutely! But Grinnell, Iowa?

But it's true, the Wildwood plant in Grinnell is where the cultured products for the company are produced. It's exciting that only 200 miles away from me, Wildwood is making healthy organic Vegan food. Locally I can find Wildwood products at Hy-Vee grocery stores and Whole Foods Market. Here's a little review of the products I've tried.


The Probiotic Soymilk is a thick, refreshing beverage that is tasty and good for you. The Mango Peach is ace as I'm sure the other flavors are.

Draining tofu is always such a pain in the ass but not with this vacuumed packed Wildwood Super Firm Tofu. Ready to rock right out of the package, I love this stuff!

Some nice Organic Soymilk Creamer for your coffee or tea. It really does do the job of half & half.

One of my food standbys, the Probiotic Hummus is a great snack with veggies or chips. The available flavors are Roasted Red Pepper, Spicy Cayanne, Low-Fat Classic and Classic.


If you are looking for a good Organic Soy Yogurt, look no further than Wildwood's Probiotic Soyogurt. Thick and creamy with lots of strawberries!

1 comment:

  1. Glad to see they're made in the heartland (having driven cross country this past summer I'm shocked to see anything other than beef and cheese being produced there) but if you want a really awesome snack, use the probiotic soymilk in smoothies. I found the Vanilla and Blueberry flavors at Whole Foods and then they got lost in the fridge. My husband found them, shrugged, and dumped them in the blender with the fruit. It's like a fruit milkshake--so rich and creamy!

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