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Friday, July 31, 2009

Heather Mills Buys Vegan Foodmaker

What is Heather Mills doing with her divorce money? Good things, so stop the jokes right now.

A press release told the world that Mills acquired the Redwood Wholefood Company, award-winning producer of natural plant-based, animal-free foods.

Recently ranked highest in the Ethical Company Organisation’s list of vegetarian foods suppliers for the third year running with an overall score of 95%, Redwood produces more than 50 different animal-free foods under the Cheatin’, VegiDeli and Cheezly brand names at its headquarters in Corby.

Among the many foods produced by the firm are Cheatin’ ‘meats’ in ‘bacon’, ‘chicken’ and ‘beef’ varieties, meat-free ‘roasts’, pâtés, gourmet burgers, ready-to-eat sausages, fish-style fingers and dairy-free ‘cheese’.

Because everything in its range is totally free from animal ingredients and derivatives as well as cholesterol, lactose, hydrogenated fats and GMOs, Redwood foods are ideal for vegetarians, vegans and anyone looking for a healthier and more ethical lifestyle.

The Cheezly soy cheese line and the Fabulous Fudge Factory dairy-free fudge may be most familiar to lactose intolerants. Because I've mentioned them both before in Cheezly "Super-Melting" Soy Cheese and Fabulous Fudge Factory Dairy-Free Confectionery. I'm so ahead of my time. And go, Heather.

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