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Posted on Monday, October 15th, 2012 at 1:18 pm
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Yves Veggie Cuisine was founded in 1985.  They provide nutritious options for consumers who want food that is low fat, cholesterol free, preservative free, and convenient to make.  They make vegetarian products in a wide variety of flavors.  Their newest products are their Veggie Breast in Curry Flavor Vindaloo Sauce, their Meatless Veggie Meatballs, and their Veggie Chorizo.  They also make a line of Hot Dogs and Brats that include: Hot Dog, Good Dog, Tofu Dog, Jumbo Hot Dogs, Veggie Brat Classic, and Veggie Brats Zesty Italian.  They make meatless Chicken Skewers, meatless Beef Strips, and meatless Chicken Strips.  Their line of Meatless Deli Slices comes in seven different flavors and are “the perfect compliment to any sandwich”.  Yves also has a meatless Chicken Burger and a meatless Beef Burger.  Their breakfast products include meatless Canadian Bacon and meatless Breakfast Patties.  They also make four flavors of meatless grounds, one of which comes in an Asian Lettuce Wrap.  You cannot buy Yves Veggie Cuisine from their website.  This means that the price of their foods could vary depending on where you buy them at.

Many people choose a vegetarian diet because they do not want to eat animals.  Yves products are meatless, and they contain less calories and less fat than meat does.  They have no cholesterol, and have more protein than meat does.  The protein comes from the soy in their products.  Yves Veggie Cuisine is part of the Hain Celestial Group, which has its headquarters in Boulder, Colorado.  One of the “Friends of Yves” is the Meatless Monday campaign, which urges you to start your week on a lighter, healthy note by not eating meat on Monday.

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