Linda McCartney Foods

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Linda McCartney Foods is a British food brand specializing in vegetarian and vegan food. Available in the UK, Ireland, Australia and New Zealand, the range includes chilled and frozen meat analogues in the form of burgers, sausages, sausage rolls, meatballs, stir-fry dishes and pastas.[1][2]

The company was created in 1991 by Linda McCartney (1941–1998), sold in 2000 to Heinz, and sold again in 2006 to the Hain Celestial Group.[3] The McCartney family remains involved in its development.[4]

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  1. ^ "Our story", "Our food", Linda McCartney Foods, accessed 1 February 2011.
  2. ^ Katie Allen, "Linda McCartney food empire sold", The Guardian, 13 June 2006.
  3. ^ "A Healthy Way of Life", Hain Celestial Group, accessed 1 February 2011.
    "Linda McCartney food line boosts Hain Celestial", Newsday, 10 November 2010.

    That it was owned by Heinz: Nigel Slater, "When the McCartneys came for lunch", The Observer, 29 April 2007.

  4. ^ "Sir Paul visits Linda food factory", Belfast Telegraph, 7 October 2010.