Reviews for: Central Soy Foods
LOVE Central Soyfoods!
By: (Feb 27, 2016)
The tofu is awesome, especially the smoked tofu! And love buying locally, too!
Central Soy versus other brands here in Kansas City
By: (Feb 3, 2015)
My family and I have been regularly using the Central Soy firm Nigari tofu for over a decade and continue to be amazed at the quality. We have experimented with other national brands, as Central Soy is not available in every Kansas City area grocery store. We will continue to seek out Central Soy wherever available!
Roaches and rats
By: John Severus (Jul 17, 2014)
It may interest everyone to know that the FDA found cockroaches and rodent droppings at this fine establishment.
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Richard Heckler says: (Sep 26, 2014)
For the record I am an employee of 12 years. Central Soy responded accordingly as do the greater majority of food service establishments. Our processing areas are cleaned after each production period. The Health Department always does a follow up. Of course Central Soyfoods passed otherwise the company would not be in business. Make no mistake about it these inspectors do not fear exerting their authorityť.. as it should be. There are no roaches or rodent droppings in our products and never have been. Roaches can be found living in electrical wall receptacles so I learned. Risky business I would think. To the best of my knowledge all food service establishments are inspected annually. As thorough as the inspectors are I would be stunned if many for that matter if any were privileged to a no violations visit. The reality is we all should be thankful these inspectors are out and about. On the very bright side Central Soyfoods is in the process of relocating. That's right an all new situation owned by Central Soyfoods.
says: (Sep 12, 2016)
This has been resolved. No further violations have been found since 2014. http://www.fda.gov/ICECI/EnforcementActions/WarningLetters/2012/ucm432359.htm
We love our Local-fu
By: Clint White (Apr 1, 2014)
We love Central Soy Foods firm tofu, especially the one with the red pepper flakes in it. I am just about to open up our first tempeh that is fermented. KEEP IT LOCAL!