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All Y’Alls Foods Uses Less Resources To Produce Its Products

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Cross Roads, Texas-based All Y’alls Foods said it uses less than 1/13th of the land, fuel and water to produce its jerky and bits products, compared to animal-based proteins.

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When asked if All Y’alls Foods is dedicated to sustainability in 2023, CEO and Founder Brett Christoffel said, “Oh heck, yes. Sustainability cannot be approached without shifting to plant-based proteins.”

Texas is the largest beef producer in the U.S., but Christoffel wants to make it the largest plant-based protein-producing state as well. 

“There is a yin and yang that exists here in Texas, and I am proud that All Y’alls Foods is part of that balance when redefining Texas protein traditions,” Christoffel said.

“Ninety percent of all plant-based proteins are not consumed by vegetarians or vegans but are consumed by meat eaters. According to A Globe Scan and EAT global consumer research study, one in every 10 people is shifting to eating plant-based exclusively within 10 years. Still, I expect adoption to happen sooner.”

All Y’alls Foods offers several product offerings: Black Pepper and Sea Salt Jerky, Prickly Pear Teriyaki Jerky, Prickly Pear Chipotle Jerky and It’s Big Crunchy Bacony Bits Y’all.

Founded in 2017 in Texas, All Y’alls Foods’ products are available from its website, through Amazon.com, and in natural, vegan and H-E-B stores across Texas

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