We created Soca to make it easier to get more protein from plants instead of animals. Join our journey to help combat climate change, improve animal welfare, and support personal health through plant-based snacking.
Over the last few years, we have been looking for different ways to put more plants into our family's diet. Last year, we focused on replacing “empty carbs snacks” with something more nutritious. At the store we found an enormous aisle of sugary protein bars and salty, fatty chips - very little in the way of plant-based health. So we set off to create something ourselves.
172 versions later we arrived at the current recipe for Soca Thins - crispy snacks filled with protein from peas and nutritional yeast, almonds, brown rice, quinoa, and powerhouse seeds like flax and chia. It’s a unique blend that delivers crunch and flavor and health ... and now we want to share it with everyone!
Brian and Amanda
July 2020 update:
Our goal has always been to move to a larger manufacturing facility to lower our costs but after a couple of almost-deals in the last year, we’re still making them by hand in a small facility in Los Angeles which we love ... but it’s expensive. With increased labor and shipping costs, we have decided to make some changes to put Soca on a more sustainable path, moderately increasing prices and raising the Free Shipping threshold to $75.
Thank you so much for your support and enthusiasm in the last two years and we hope that you’ll continue with us as we move forward.
- Why Plant Protein?
- Focus on Flavor
- Soca holidays
- Off the center of the plate
- Plant Protein for health