Sue In 1981 as a young girl in the UK, I decided that the steak on my plate was once a living being. That day I cut meat from my diet. Since 1990 I completed a Degree in Science, as I wanted to learn more. In 1990, my now husband’s stepfather, was diagnosed with bowel cancer. During that time, G missed all the important event in my life (graduation) as his step father was deteriorating fast. During that time, I researched ways to help him fight this battle and everything pointed to increase consumption of plant based products and a decrease of animal products. Unfortunately shortly after we married in 1991, Graeme’s beautiful step father passed away, taken from our lives when G was only 24. Over that time, I cut out meat products and gradually transition to a fully vegan diet. However, I did find I missed certain things, like Jerky and could not find a good alternative, so that day I convinced my hubby to help develop our own. Eight months later, in December 2018. We finally had our first batch ready for market and today, investing more time and commercial kitchen space, on developing more yummy Vegan treats.
G As an Irish immigrant, landing on the docks of Fremantle in the 1968 my mother separated from my biological father, which to this day, I have never seen again. But my mother met the most gentlest, patient, kind man I have ever met who took us under his wings and adopted me. I grew up in a town called Dampier, known for iron ore and Red Dog…OMG those where the days, where a town of 2000 people all knew each other, so social events where big.. and I mean a big BBQ. Watching Bathurst with my step dad, having the traditional breakfast, going camping and starting the traditional fire for cooking…So I grew up loving that same tradition of eating protein. Today, after watching and laughing at too many cat videos on YouTube, my compassion for animals changed my views. I ended up researching more about the farming practises, health of dairy and animal product that contribute to inflammation and now, how we are contributing to the destruction of our environment. I am still believer that everyone has a choice, freedom to choose, as I still have many friends who continue to eat meat. But I also believe in educating when asked, not preaching, offering alternatives products that are just as good as my old traditional way of life, or we will continue down the same path of not changing anything. This is why KMFoods are dedicated to making the best alternative product we can!

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Sue In 1981 as a young girl in the UK, I decided that the steak on my plate was once a living being. That day I cut meat from my diet. Since 1990 I completed a Degree in Science, as I wanted to learn more. In 1990, my Now Husband’s step Father, was diagnosed with bowl cancer. During that time, G missed all the important event in my life (graduation) as his step father was deteriorating fast. During that time, I researched ways to help him fight this battle and everything pointed to increase consumption of plant based products and a decrease of animal products. Unfortunately shortly after we married in 1991, Graeme’s beautiful step father passed away, taken from our lives when G was only 24 Over that time, I cut out meat products and gradually transition to a fully vegan diet. However, I did find I missed certain things, like Jerky and could not find a good alternative, so that day I convinced my hubby to help develop our own. Eight months later, in December 2018, We finally had our first batch ready for market and today, investing more time and commercial kitchen space, on developing more yummy Vegan treats.
G As a Irish immigrant, landing on the docks of Fremantle in the 1968 my mother separated from my biological father, which to this day, I have never seen again. But my mother met the most gentle, patient, kind man I have ever met who took us under his wings and adopted me. I grew up in a town called Dampier, known for iron ore and Red Dog… omg those where the day, where a town of 2000 people all knew each other, so social events where big.. and I mean a big BBQ. Watching Bathurst with my step dad, having the traditional breakfast, going camping and starting the traditional fir.e for cooking…So I grew up loving that same tradition of eating protein. Today, after watching and laughing at too many cat videos on YouTube, my compassion for animals changed my views. I ended up researching more about the farming practises, health of dairy and animal product that contribute to inflammation and now, how we are contributing to the destruction of our environment. I am still believer that everyone has a choice, freedom to choose, as I still have many friends who continue to eat meat. But I also believe in educating when asked, not preaching, offering alternatives products that are just as good as my old traditional way of life, or we will continue down the same path of not changing anything. This is why KMFoods are dedicated to making the best alternative product we can! “It’s time to make new Traditions!” commercial kitchen space, on developing more yummy Vegan treats.
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