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Posted on Monday, October 15th, 2012 at 10:05 am
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Since 1978, Nasoya has been producing fine tofu and soy-based products for the whole family to enjoy. Launched from humble beginnings, Nasoya was originally created in a barn in Massachusetts. By the 1980s, Nasoya was quickly growing in popularity, and by 1987, they were producing over 60,000 pounds of tofu per week. Today, in addition to providing tofu in several varieties, Nasoya also offers Asian style noodles and wraps, hummus and soy-based mayonnaise. All of their products are perfect for vegetarians and health conscious dieters.

Soy-based foods like tofu are really healthy for you, and make a great alternative to meat in your favorite dishes. Soy beans are naturally high in protein, low in fat, and contain no cholesterol. When compared to meat production, soy bean production is much better for the environment. Making the switch to meatless meals packed with soy can make a huge difference for your health and the environment.

Individual packages of Nasoya tofu sell for around $3.00 to $5.00 each. Their popular Nayonaise sells for around $5.00 a jar. Prices may vary in individual stores. Visit the official Nasoya website for more information on where you can find any of their products in a store near you. Nasoya operates out of Ayer, Massachusetts.

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