|Brand Name||Rating||Products||Market Area||Score|
5-Bean Rating | Top-RatedThese top-rated companies go above and beyond to ensure that the soy products they market are responsibly sourced from North American organic farms and produced without the use of harmful solvents. Soy products sold under these brands are the healthiest options created by companies that are dedicated to organic farming and transparency.
|Eden Foods||soymilk, soybeans, tofu, miso, soy sauce, ponzu sauce||Nationwide and International||955|
|Rhapsody Natural Foods||tempeh||Northeast||940|
|Unisoya||tofu, meatless sausage||West||920|
|Hodo||tofu, soymilk, noodles, burgers||Nationwide||920|
|FarmSoy||tofu, soy yogurt, tempeh||Middle TN and greater Nashville area||920|
|Twin Oaks||tofu, tempeh, soymilk, mushroom pate||Mid-Atlantic||910|
|Green Cuisine||tofu, tempeh||Canada||900|
|Tofu Shop||tofu, soymilk||West||900|
4-Bean Rating | ExcellentSoy products in this category are excellent choices produced by fully transparent brands that offer high integrity organic options but which may have GMO testing regimes, imported soybeans, and non-organic product lines that leave minor questions as to their commitment to organics.
|Surata||tofu and tempeh||West||890|
|Baby's Only Organic||toddler formula||Nationwide and international||885|
|Fresh Tofu||tofu, tempeh, vegetarian sandwiches, tofu spreads, Tofu "No Egg" Salad||East||885|
|Sunergia||seasoned tofu, cheese alternatives||Nationwide and Canada||865|
|Tofurky||Tofurky, tempeh, Tempeh Superburgers||Nationwide and Canada||850|
|House Foods||tofu||Nationwide and International||825|
|Lifeway||cultured soy beverage||Nationwide||810|
|Central Soyfoods||tofu, tempeh||Kansas and Missouri||780|
|Wildwood||tofu, tofu veggie patties, soy yogurt, cultured soy drink, soymilk, soymilk creamer||Nationwide and Canada||771|
|SoyBoy||tofu, tempeh, tofu ravioli, tofu hot dogs, okara burgers||East||755|
|365||soymilk||Nationwide and International||740|
|Nancy's||soy yogurt||Nationwide and Canada||725|
3-Bean Rating | Very GoodBrands in this category are good choices. They are transparent with their purchasing practices, but they market both organic and non-organic products and often use non-organic added flavors.
|Vitasoy||soymilk||Canada and International||670|
|Pete's Tofu||tofu, soymilk||Northwest, Northeast and Canada||665|
|Harris Teeter private label||soymilk, edamame||Mid-Atlantic and Southeast||605|
2-Bean Rating | FairBrands in this category are not fully transparent, marketing both non-organic and organic soy products. These brands are likely sourcing from imported soybean suppliers and offer too few assurances that adequate GMO and contamination testing is being performed.
|Trader Joe's private label||soymilk, tofu, others||Nationwide||385|
1-Bean Rating | Poor1-Bean Rating | Poor Brands in this category are mostly non-organic. The parent companies provided at least some transparency into their practices, but they are likely not high-integrity choices, often using solvent extraction and imported soybeans.
0-Bean Rating | Very PoorBrands that received no rating refused to disclose their sourcing and production practices. Private label brands also fall into this category. Transparency is a hallmark of the organic food movement, and we encourage patrons of these brands to encourage the parent companies to disclose their practices.
|Helen's Kitchen||tofu entrees||Nationwide at various stores||0|
|Mori Nu Tofu||tofu||Nationwide||0|
|Wegmans||soymilk, tofu, soybean oil, soy sauce||Mid-Atlantic||0|
|Boca Burgers||vegetarian burgers||Nationwide||0|
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