Wildwood® was founded
by one of the original pioneers of the American soyfoods movement,
and has since merged with a Korean corporation to form Wildwood
Pulmuone. Wildwood Pulmuone provided full and open disclosure. They
source both domestic and Chinese organic soybeans. Their Chinese
soybeans are grown on farms that are closely inspected by Wildwood
Pulmuone representatives to ensure that farmers follow the USDA
organic standards. Wildwood Pulmuone also maintained a long-standing
relationship with a Midwestern organic farmer.
Pulmuone Wildwood is a
newly integrated company combining the business activities of
Pulmuone USA and Wildwood Natural Foods. Each of the entities have a
long history in natural vegetarian foods, over 75 years combined.
Pulmuone began as a
cooperative organic farming effort in 1955 in Korea and is known for
its commitment to pure foods. In 1995 its founder received the United
Nations Global 500 award for Environmental Achievement for his work
in organic agriculture in Korea.
Wildwood began as a
small, vegetarian deli in 1978 in San Francisco. It developed into
the leading premier natural and organic tofu and flavored tofu
company on the West Coast and recently expanding into dairy
alternative soy products. Its founders remain supporters of the
business still today.
integrates the assets of the two companies in the United States and
focuses them on manufacturing and marketing the highest quality
natural, vegetarian products with a particular focus on tofu, value
added tofu and cultured soy products.
Pulmuone is the largest
manufacturer of Tofu products in the world.