February 25, 2022

All Y’alls Foods’ Bacony Bits Y’all a Hit on Amazon

All Y’alls Foods, a plant-based proteins company, has seen big sales of its Bacony Bits Y’all on Amazon, which joins three flavors of its flagship product It’s Jerky Y’all: Black Pepper & Sea Salt, Prickly Pear Teriyaki and Prickly Pear Chipotle.

For more than the past year the All Y’Alls Foods ad spend on Amazon netted up to and more than 400 percent in ROAS, indicating the popularity of plant-based meat alternatives. Overall, sales, both on and off Amazon, have doubled in the past six months. “We hear people talk about plant-based consumption being down and we have no idea what they are talking about,” said Founder Brett Christoffel.

The jerky and balcony-bits meat alternative snacks are low in sugar and sodium, certified vegan and made from whole non-GMO soybeans with more protein, calcium, magnesium and iron than beef. All Y’alls Foods can be eaten right out of the bag or prepared with other foods as part of meal prep for an exceptional protein replacement.

“As the second-largest export in the state, Texas is a proud beef producer, so we knew that it would take some time to establish ourselves as a flavorful, nutritious alternative,” said Brett Christoffel, Founder and CEO of All Y’alls Foods. “And we’re happy to say that we’re gaining ground quickly. Our sales continue to climb through both direct web marketing and our partner retailers like H-E-B Grocery Company, LP, which reported a 104 percent year-over-year gain. I stopped eating animals six years ago and enjoy knowing we are contributing to healthier plant-based protein choices. 

All Y’alls Foods is based in Texas and founded in 2018 by Brett Christoffel to offer plant-based proteins to nourish customers, support animal welfare and be kinder to the planet. All snacks are protein and fiber-packed, gluten and cholesterol-free and made from whole non-GMO soybeans. A portion of all sales goes to helping rescued animals at Rowdy Girl Sanctuary.

For more information, visit www.AllYallsFoods.com

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