Birmingham-based Only Plant Based! Launches Across the U.S.

Only Plant Based!, a plant-based condiment company in Birmingham, announced its line of products are launching across the United States after a limited launch in the country earlier this year.
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six jars of only plant based condiments on a wooden table against a background of fresh produce
Only Plant Based! in Birmingham announced it is launching its line of condiments across the U.S. // Courtesy of Only Plant Based!

Only Plant Based!, a plant-based condiment company in Birmingham, announced its line of products are launching across the United States after a limited launch in the country earlier this year.

Offering a range of shelf-stable and heatable mayos, sauces, and dressings co-developed in the U.S. and Northern Ireland. The Original Mayo offers a “rich and creamy texture similar to egg-based mayo” and was the first offered in the country, followed by Chipotle Mayo and Garlic Mayo.

New additions to the lineup include Ranch Dressing and Sour Cream. All are available in both 11- and 40-ounce jars. Made primarily from culinary rapeseed oil, vinegar, vegetables, and spices, the products mimic the flavor of their egg-based counterparts but can be heated and doesn’t require refrigeration.

“These products are shelf stable and, as we saw at the recent Dot Foods trade show, quick-service restaurants love them,” says George Vutetakis, consulting chef at Birmingham-based Vegano Foods’. “They are delicious on their own, won’t break down in a sauce and are a go-to solution for chefs and home cooks alike.”

The products are available at more the 380 grocers and restaurants across the U.S., including Busch’s, Holiday Market, and several others. They also can be ordered online through Kroger, Walmart, Vegan Essentials, GTFO It’s Vegan, Fake Meats, Amazon, and other online retailers.

The company was recently named a member of the Plant Based Foods Association (PBFA), which represents the nation’s leading plant-based food companies. It will virtually exhibit at the upcoming Expo East from Sept. 22 to 25, the virtual Fancy Food Show in New York City and other trade shows across the U.S.

“The taste and quality sell it — when people try it, they buy it. It is truly a crossover product. It’s the only mayo you need,” says Vutetakis.

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