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Henry’s Tempeh signs national distribution agreement with UNFI

By Food in Canada Staff   

Business Operations Plant-based foods Editor pick Henry's Tempeh Ontario Sobey's UNFI Canada

Henry’s Tempeh, Kitchener, Ont., signs a national distribution agreement with UNFI Canada. The agreement, with a close focus on growth in Western Canada, follows the company’s 20th anniversary celebrations last year. The company has also signed up with Sobey’s Local Program for Ontario.

“Henry’s Tempeh is riding high with our recent wins helping tempeh to become as mainstream as tofu, as a delicious plant-based protein staple,” shared co-owner Philip Diceanu, managing partner and head of operations, sales and marketing at Henry’s Tempeh. “With that bold pride, we’re calling on Canadian retailers who currently list only imported tempeh to give our high quality and better tasting Canadian tempeh a try. We’re so confident people will prefer Henry’s Tempeh. Plus, we have always offered a money back guarantee.”

Henry’s Tempeh is also readying to launch a foodservice-focused bulk ground tempeh product and is working on new flavour innovations to launch before year end.


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