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Removing twice as much plastic from nature as we use.

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That Is Our Plastic Negative Promise.

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Choose Plastic Negative with No Evil Foods

World’s First Plastic Negative Plant-Based Meat Brand

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Becoming a Plastic Negative company through rePurpose Global enables us to be actionable on our mission to fuel and inspire positive impacts on people, planet, and animals. As a food manufacturer, plastic is a necessity to create safe products and by recovering and recycling low-value plastics from the ecosystem, we can face the role we play in our global plastic-waste problem head-on.


How It Works

1. Measure

No Evil Foods donates a percentage of every product purchase to fund the collection of 16,316 lbs of low-value PP plastic waste from oceans and landfills every year. 

2. Compensate

Low-value plastic is collected, processed, and reused by CarPe - a social enterprise in India that employs and empowers waste pickers to tackle plastic waste.

3. Reduce

No Evil Foods will work with rePurpose Global to reduce the future use of virgin plastics in their products and build a more circular business and delivery model for their company.

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In Partnership with CarPe, India


LBs of Plastic Waste Diverted

From Oceans and Landfills


Waste Workers & Family Members Provided with Additional Income


LBs of CO2

Emissions Avoided

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Plastic Offset Project: 


Maharashtra, India

Offset Enabler: 

No Evil Foods

Weaverville, USA

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Plant Meat with Purpose. Making an impact with every bite.

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No Evil Foods' Sustainability Journey

Sustainable Sourcing

No Evil Foods is more than a food company, it’s a sustainability company. From tackling climate change by creating killer no-kill plant-based meats, to mitigating pesticide use by choosing organic ingredients, and prioritizing biodegradable packaging for their products, sustainability is at their core.

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An Ongoing Journey

For this food company, the call to Do No Evil extends beyond its Plastic Negative environmental commitment to also building sustainable futures for marginalized communities. Until viable alternatives to plastic exist, the brand will continue to seek innovative ways to manage the impact created through the making of their products.

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The Plastic Negative Shift

Through its partnership with rePurpose Global, No Evil Foods has gone Plastic Negative. By doing this, the company is helping finance the removal of twice the amount of plastic they use in their operations and supporting waste workers to fight plastic pollution in their own communities.

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This is how much plastic you waste every year. 

Find out how you can go Plastic Neutral today. 

About rePurpose Global

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rePurpose Global is the world's leading Plastic Action Platform dedicated to reducing waste, reviving lives, and restoring nature's balance. Through our pioneering ecosystem of solutions that span across advisory, action, and advocacy, we help people and companies calculate, reduce, and offset their plastic footprint, while empowering grassroots innovators on the cutting edge of solving for our planet's future.

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