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Tofurky founder Seth Tibbott discusses the plant-based food revolution

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In 1980, after making from-scratch tempeh to share with friends and family, 30-year-old teacher/naturalist/hippie Seth Tibbott opened his own company in Forest Grove, Oregon. He expanded operations to a vacant elementary school in 1983 -- and decades ahead of the tiny house trend, he built a 300-square-foot treehouse to call home. Fast forward to 1995, Tofurky debuted the very first Holiday Roast. It struck a cultural chord with a nation hungry for a tastier meat-free Thanksgiving. Now Tofurkey offers deli slices, sausage, and frozen items. The small company Seth started is now a global brand providing plant-based food to millions of people while saving countless animals. Visit Tofurkey to learn more!

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