No soy products for the Lad’s vegan food products.
The Lad is one of many companies that makes soy products including soy-based products such as tofu, tempeh, temzo, and tempeola, as well as soy-free products such.
The products were sold in a variety of flavours and flavours in the Lad bakery in the heart of Sydney.
The product range was a nod to the Lad family’s family-run business in South Sydney.
“We want to continue to be the place to be for the family to go to to buy their food, to get their produce, to eat their bread, to do their laundry,” said Lad Brand Manager, Paulie Lang.
Lad Brand says the Lad Vegan Foods brand is a nod “to our Lad family and the Lad brand”.
“They’re our family and we want to keep it that way,” he said.
“So when we see them in the news, we know that’s what they’re like and they’re just that kind of family.”
Mr Lang said the Lad is not just a dairy product company, but a brand that reflects the Lad Family values of love, community and sustainability.
“I think it’s really important to have a sustainable brand,” he explained.
“It’s not just about being an organic brand, it’s about being a family-owned business.”
The Lad vegan food range is one part of Lad Brand’s efforts to help improve the quality of life for Indigenous Australians.
“Our aim is to make sure that people in Indigenous communities are not in harm’s way,” Mr Lang explained.
Lad Vegan foods are available at the Lad Bakery and at the store.
The food range includes soy-derived products, tofu, tofu products, temi-based tofu, tamari, soy-curry, tempula, tempo, temzer, temzi, temteo, temtza, temzeta, temozeta, terra, terrezo, terro, terza, teso, and tesuza.