Sophie's Kitchen vegan seafood products are quick, easy, convenient and delicious. Use them as you would seafood and in your own favorite recipes. Sophie’s is versatile as an appetizer, entrée, on top of a salad, in tacos, soup, pasta, pasta sauce, and more...

Below is a delicious way to prepare Sophie's Vegan Shrimp. Serve this vegan shrimp salad on romaine lettuce with tomato slices or avocado slices.

Sophie's Kitchen vegan seafood products are quick, easy, convenient and delicious. Use them as you would seafood and in your own favorite recipes. Sophie’s is versatile as an appetizer, entrée, on top of a salad, in tacos, soup, pasta, pasta sauce, and more...

Below is an easy and extremely satisfying dish of rice and vegan seafood.

Sophie's Kitchen vegan seafood products are quick, easy, convenient and delicious. Use them as you would seafood and in your own favorite recipes. Sophie’s is versatile as an appetizer, entrée, on top of a salad, in
tacos, soup, pasta, pasta sauce, and more...

Below is an exotic way to prepare Sophie's Vegan Prawns.

Sophie's Kitchen vegan seafood products are quick, easy, convenient and delicious. Use them as you would seafood and in your own favorite recipes. Sophie’s is versatile as an appetizer, entrée, on top of a salad, in
tacos, soup, pasta, pasta sauce, and more...

Below is a popular way to serve Sophie's Vegan Crab Cakes.

Sophie's Kitchen vegan seafood products are quick, easy, convenient and delicious. Use them as you would seafood and in your own favorite recipes. Sophie’s is versatile as an appetizer, entrée, on top of a salad, in
tacos, soup, pasta, pasta sauce, and more...

Below is a unique way to prepare Sophie's Vegan Prawns.

The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) has announced a new requirement for certifying agencies under the National Organic Program (NOP). Agencies must now annually test for non-organic residue in samples from at least 5% of the organic farms and processors they certify. The requirement went into effect on January 1, 2013.

Ithaca, NY—Learning that a product is certified organic may leave many consumers feeling a bit conflicted. New research, conducted by researchers from Cornell University and University of Michigan and published in the journal Appetite, shows that some groups of consumers acknowledge the “good” that organics provide while simultaneously holding a bias against them when it comes to taste and other qualities.

The financial figures are getting more and more impressive. Private label food and beverage sales surpassed $98 billion in the United States in 2011, according to Packaged Facts (1). That accounts for 17.6% of total food and beverage sales.