In this week’s news round-up, Loma Linda Tuno by Atlantic Natural Foods was named a “Best New Vegan Food Product” finalist in a European contest, California Adventist Health Howard Memorial Hospital wins local soup contest, a writer highlights the Adventist cookbook “An Apple a Day” in his culinary essay, and atlasobscura.com highlights the Battle Creek Sanitarium building.
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Looking forward to trying Tuno. Although, perhaps I am alone, but my first impression on seeing the photo was whether there was a new Loma Linda brand of cat food. As a child we sometimes served our cat veggie food if we ran out of regular cat food. She didn’t enjoy it as much as we did. If she were still with us perhaps she’d like Tuno.
Any idea of when we might be able to make a purchase of it in the Americas?
Regardless of how far we may drift, we always enjoy eating like a Seventh-day Adventist. We do food well.
While living in a Loma Linda our children were in early elementary school. we were generous users of Loma Linda Foods. instead of meat substitutes the children called them food substitutes. Graham Maxwell got a great kick out of that.
Apple Valley in Berrien Springs, and its other sites, have it. I would assume the ABCs and other “ghettos” have it. Camp meeting sales. I could be wrong about some locations.
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