Nasoya Story

Nasoya started in 1978 when the company’s founders first made tofu in a transformed barn in Leominster, Massachusetts. Consumers loved Nasoya tofu, and by 1987, the company moved to a new production facility and installed state of the art Japanese production equipment to produce over 60,000 pounds of tofu per week. The production expansion and equipment upgrade, coupled with the increasing demand for health conscious food products, propelled Nasoya’s growth throughout the United States.

In 1990, Nasoya was acquired by Vitasoy USA, Inc., a pioneer in bringing organic and all-natural soy foods to America and part of Vitasoy International Holdings Ltd.  The acquisition allowed Nasoya to expand its product line by offering Asian style noodles, wraps and Nayonaise, the country’s first ever vegan, soy-based sandwich spread.

Always striving to meet the changing needs of consumers, Nasoya has provided delicious, premium foods to consumers for over 35 years. The company’s innovations include TofuPlus®, fresh, all-natural Asian style noodles and wraps, Pasta Zero and Nayonaise vegan sandwich spread. All Nasoya tofu products are non-GMO Project Verified.

Look for Nasoya in the produce or dairy section of supermarkets and natural grocers nationwide.

Company Mission

At Nasoya we believe in fresh, sustainable, healthy foods that inspire everyone, fueling creative and healthy eating for all diet types, including vegans, vegetarians, flexitarians and omnivores. We hope you’ll join us in making each day delicious!