What is Tofu?
Tofu has been a staple in Asia cooking for over 2000 years. It is a soft cheese like food that comes from the coagulated protein in soymilk. Tofu has at its core the nutritious soybean. It has multiple uses when preparing meals, snacks and beverages.
What are organic products and how do they differ from natural products?
Certified Organic Products are those grown and processed without the use of pesticides, synthetic fertilizers, sewage sludge, genetically modified organisms or ionizing radiation. Organic products differ from natural products in that “traditional” agricultural chemicals and certain ingredients are prohibited from use in Certified Organic Products.
Are all Wildwood products organic?
Most of the Wildwood Tofu products are indeed organic! With the exception of the following items: SprouTofu Shiitake Veggie Burger, Meatless Meatballs, Tofu Taco Crumbles, Cubed Tofu, Aioli Garlic Spread and Soymilk Creamer.
Why use Sprouted Soybeans?
Regular tofu is made from whole soybeans, but sprouted tofu is made with sprouted soybeans. When beans or seeds are sprouted, they're more nutritious and easier to digest than the regular beans or seeds. Wildwood was the first to introduce our proprietary SprouTofu.
Are Wildwood products vegan-safe and kosher-DE?
Most of our products are vegan-safe and kosher. All of our plain water pack tofu, soy yogurts, soymilk and hummus are vegan and kosher. Please contact Customer Service
Are there products for lactose-intolerant and dairy-allergic people?
Yes, in fact, all of our products are suitable for people who are lactose-intolerant.
Are your products gluten-free?
Most Wildwood products are gluten-free with the exception of: Baked and Smoked Tofu products, and the Sproutofu® Golden Tofu Pineapple Teriyaki. Our Water Packed and Vacuum Packed tofu is made in a dedicated wheat-free room, but our Veggie Burgers share the wheat-processing lines. We have procedures in place to avoid possible cross contamination.
Where can I find the nutrition facts and ingredients for your products?
This information can be found by clicking on the “Our Products” tab at the top.
Does soy contain calcium, fiber or protein?
Soy actually contains all three of the precious nutrients above. In fact, soy is uniquely rich in all of them. For example, 41.3% of soy is protein, which is much higher than other types of beans.
How can a product be "unsweetened" when it contains dextrose?
The dextrose is used as a fermentation starter for the bacteria in the yogurt. The dextrose is completely consumed before the product is put into cups. The 3 grams of sugar are the naturally occurring sugars in the soybeans.
What are probiotics?
Probiotics are dietary supplements of live microorganisms thought to be healthy for the host organism. According to the currently adopted definition by FAO/WHO, probiotics are: "Live microorganisms which when administered in adequate amounts confer a health benefit on the host.”  Lactic acid bacteria (LAB) and bifidobacteria are the most common types of microbes used as probiotics; but also certain yeasts and bacilli are available.
Where can I obtain more information on soy?
For more information about soy, please visit the Soy Foods Association website www.soyfoods.org
Do you use genetically modified soybeans?
We do not use biotechnology for any of our ingredients. Our products strictly follow the regulations and standards defining organic products.
How long will tofu products last once they are opened?
Recommended consumption of product is within 3-7 days once opened.
Is your tofu a raw product?
Our tofu products are not raw. The soymilk used to make tofu is heated to 180 degrees F and the end product is pasteurized at 160 degrees F.
How can I share my experience?
We love hearing positive feedback as well as constructive criticism from our loyal Wildwood customers. If you would like to share your experience, please feel free to contact us at 800-588-7782 or you can send us an email by clicking on the “Contact Us” tab at the top of the page.
Can tofu products be frozen?
We do not recommend storing our tofu products in the freezer as we cannot guarantee the quality and texture if the product is frozen. Doing so will jeopardize the texture, making it crumble.