Morningstar Farms

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to navigation Jump to search
Two Morningstar veggie burgers on a frying pan

Morningstar Farms is a division of the Kellogg Company that produces vegetarian food.[1] Many of their offerings are meatless variations of traditionally meat-based products, including some that are vegan.[2]


Morningstar Farms was introduced by Worthington Foods (originally a division of Miles Laboratories). The frozen food line of soy-based meatless meats, introduced into supermarkets and grocery stores nationwide in 1975 and widely advertised, provided millions of Americans with their first experience of soy used in this way.[3] Kellogg purchased Worthington Foods for $307 million in October 1999 at which point it acquired the Morningstar Farms brand.[4] Kellogg sold Worthington in 2014 but retained the Morningstar line of products.[5]

See also[edit]


  1. ^ Morningstar Farms Puts New Perspective on Vegetarian Foods May 1, 2006. Frozen Food Age
  2. ^ Morningstar Farms Responds to Pleas for Egg-Free Foods January 11, 2008 United Poultry Concerns
  3. ^ "Worthington Foods". Retrieved 2018-01-31.
  4. ^ Services, From Times Wire (1999-10-02). "Kellogg Agrees to Buy Veggie-Burger Maker". Los Angeles Times. ISSN 0458-3035. Retrieved 2018-01-31.
  5. ^ Byrd, Alita (2014-10-09). "Kellogg Sells Worthington and Loma Linda Brands". Spectrum. Retrieved 2018-05-18.

External links[edit]