A Family Business
Ananda Foods was established in 2008.
We were searching for gelatine free marshmallows for our children to toast on bonfire night. After discovering only one American company, we decided to start making our own fresh, gelatine free marshmallows.
We are a small company based in Derbyshire, UK, a family team, all working together in the cause of cruelty-free Marshmallow Treats. Our products are 100% vegan, with Vegan Society Certification. We make all our marshmallows by hand in small batches and have a 5 star Food Hygiene Rating. Our marshmallows are also cut and packed by hand. We take great care to deliver the finest products with an excellent, personal service.
We use British Sugar sourced locally and only the finest real flavourings. So that you really can taste the difference we use real fruit to flavour our fruit ranges and it's of the very highest quality, eg the raspberries in our Raspberry range. Our Madagascan Vanilla is supplied by world famous Neilsen-Massey, Cocoa certified Organic from Switzerland.
We don't use ingredients that are only labelled 'natural', our flavourings are the real thing! After all, there's little point doing everything by hand with love and great care if we don't use the very best ingredients possible.
All of our ingredients are certified non-gmo and are animal free, wheat free (except some of our Round Up range -and we're working on that), nut free, gluten free, dairy free and mainly soya free. We like to keep an eye on developments in food science and research into additives such as carrageenan (which you won't find in our products whether food grade or not).
We have a number of specific dietary requirements in our family, so we appreciate the precautions and extra care required for those with intolerance to certain allergens.
Our packaging is recycled and recycle-able. We recycle 90% of our waste and re-use outer packaging wherever possible.
We hope that by working ethically and sustainably, eliminating allergens & animal products,
everyone will be able to enjoy eating our Marshmallows
The question isn't: 'How can I change the world?' because each and every one of us does so every day. The question is really: 'In what way do I change it?"