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Friday, May 01, 2009

Tofutti Founder David Mintz

I write frequently about Tofutti, the manufacturer of 50 to 60 dairy-free milk alternative products.

For many more words about Tofutti and its founder, David Mintz, you need to turn to The man who gave the world Tofutti, the cover story by Warren Boroson in the latest New Jersey Jewish Standard.

Apparently we have a new Tofutti something - a flavor? a frozen dessert? a "crackberry" clone? - coming soon. One that made Boroson, a Tofutti virgin and not exactly a convert, rave.

Later, another employee gave our daring and resourceful reporter a spoonful of a new Tofutti product, called Flowers, made from the nectar of flowers that hummingbirds love.

I can't find another reference to Tofutti Flowers anywhere. Whet our appetites, why don't you?

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