Ever since spiralizing became a thing, pasta lovers have been able to get their fix without compromising nutrients by subbing in veggies as the main ingredient of noodle dishes. The only problem? Making heaps of the stuff can get a little messy. But Veggie Noodle Co. has your zoodle-loving back.
Obviously spiralizers are pure kitchen gold, whether you use a countertop or a handheld option, but this brand’s packs of pre-made sweet potato, beet, zucchini, and butternut squash noodles totally changed the game for those nights when you need a quick, fuss-free dinner (like this sweet potato pad Thai). And now it’s about to get way easier to the products at a store near you.
It’s getting a new plant that’s three times bigger and will be able to increase production capacity by more than fivefold.
The company recently announced plans for a major expansion thanks to an outside $14 million investment. Not only is Veggie Noodle Co. increasing its 200-member staff by 25 percent, but it’s also getting a new plant that’s three times bigger and will be able to increase production capacity by more than fivefold.
The products are currently sold in around 2,000 stores across the country, but hopefully this news means you’ll be able to snatch them from shelves beyond main retailers, like Whole Foods and Target.
Could this means veggie noodles are about to be the new avocado toast, since those prices are forecasted to soar? You heard it here first, folks!