Our Wholesome Story

Our History

Nasoya began in 1978, when the company’s founders first made tofu in a transformed barn in Leominster, Massachusetts. In 2016, Nasoya was acquired by Pulmuone Foods, a company synonymous with authentic, wholesome products and the highest quality of ingredients. Today we offer a wide variety of products, including tofu, Asian-style wraps and noodles, and pastas that provide convenient and creative meal options for you and your family.

Plant-based protein for life

There are 20 common amino acids, the building blocks that make up the protein found in our bodies and in our food. Of these, 8 are essential, meaning they can only be sourced from food. Soy provides all 8 of these essential amino acids, making it unique among plant protein sources!

Our Philosophy

We believe in fresh, sustainable, healthy foods that inspire everyone, fueling creative and healthy eating for all diet types.
We hope you’ll join us in making each day delicious!

We are passionate about the health benefits of tofu

Protein-packed tofu has no cholesterol and no saturated fat, and soy has been recognized as heart healthy by the FDA.

We are committed
to creating
innovative products

Today, we offer a wide range of products designed to make cooking easy, healthy,and fun — including organic, non-GMO tofu, TofuPlus, TofuBaked, Pasta Zero, Asian-Style Wraps, and Asian-Style Noodles.

We are committed to environmentally sustainable practices

We recycle approximately 80 tons of corrugated cardboard, pre-treat more than 34.6 million gallons of wastewater, and reuse more than 3.4 million pounds of unused soy annually.

We believe in using only organic and non-GMO ingredients

We source products from reputable growers who do not incorporate pesticides and chemical fertilizers and who do not use genetically modified organisms (GMOs).

Our parent company, Pulmuone, is committed to promoting a lifestyle of health and sustainability. It is a member of the United Nations Global Compact, the world’s largest corporate sustainability initiative—working to align strategies and operations with universal principles on human rights, labor, environment, and anti-corruption, and advancing societal goals.

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