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Influencers Can’t Get Enough of Amy’s Kitchen

When it comes to tantalizing taste, non-GMO, organic, vegetarian ingredients, and Instagram-worthy meals, Amy’s Kitchen has been getting plenty of love from bloggers and social media influencers. ​​Amy’s Kitchen stands out in a crowded market because of its unwavering commitment to quality — and it tastes pretty darn good, too. 

Amy’s has cultivated a community of passionate food lovers who share tips and tricks for making the most out of Amy’s products. And the fascination with vegan and vegetarian meals is growing. An Amy’s Kitchen survey discovered that a whopping 52% of adults are vegan-curious and even more — 56% — said they want shortcuts to yummy, plant-based meals.

Here are some of the most epic fan mail bytes of all time for the California-based brand fueled by veggies and love.

Tabitha Brown

Vegan author, Emmy Award-winning actress, and social media superstar Tabitha Brown has made a habit of getting out of her comfort zone and just released a book about her quest called I Did a New Thing: 30 Days to Living Free. One of the new things she checked out was going vegan and she says it transformed her life. Brown shared a series of videos on her Instagram taste-testing Amy’s Kitchen meals — and the verdict was … scrumptious. 

“It tastes about like homemade,” Brown marveled in an Instagram post about Amy’s Kitchen’s Vegan Broccoli & Cheeze Bake after singing the praises of how convenient it is to make.

Amy’s Vegan Chili Mac & Cheeze also got a rave. “That’s good. OK, Amy! These are options. If you’re not the best cook and you’ve got to go to work and need a quick little meal to take it with you, it’s very good — rice, pasta, tomatoes, and beans.” 

Ava DuVernay

Filmmaker and screenwriter Ava DuVernay is the brilliant mind behind Origin, Selma and other powerful movies but the progressive Hollywood history maker has also been known to film her love for Amy’s Kitchen on Instagram stories

DuVernay posted a fun video on @ava talking about her “chef” Amy.

“It was a long day. I was hungry and talking to a friend and said ‘You know my chef Amy is about to make me some dinner,’” DuVernay posted in an Instagram story. “She was like, ‘Girl, I knew you were doing well, but I didn’t know you got a chef.’ I said, ‘Her name is Amy, and she really gets it in.’ And then I showed her a little bit of Amy’s creations.”

DuVernay then opened her freezer to reveal stacks of Amy’s Kitchen cuisine. “Thanks, Amy,” DuVernay concluded. 


Vegan for the past seven years, food blogger Desirée of is a fan of Amy’s Kitchen and says going plant-based was transformative. “In 2017 I started blogging as a way to share with friends and family what I was eating these days, with a goal of changing the narrative that all that vegans eat are boring salads,” she explained. “As you can probably tell from my IG feed, that couldn’t be further from the truth!” 

Desirée expressed her appreciation for Amy’s Kitchen food and mentioned those interested in exploring vegan food should be patient about it.

“I love Amy’s! A few of my favorites are the Vegan Meatless Pepperoni Pizza, Vegan Spinach and Cheeze Ravioli, California Veggie Burger, Veggie Lasagna and the General Tso’s Bowl!” Desirée shared in a Veganuary post for Amy’s Kitchen.

Branden Donahue

This nature-loving food blogger dressed a bowl of Amy’s Chili with avocado and scallions and shared a post on his @plantsugarkitchen Instagram stating, “Embracing the cozy vibes with @amyskitchen veggie chili.” 

Donahue described his adventure into the land of vegetables on his blog, “A few years back I began my journey into the plant-based world and have become completely obsessed,” Donahue wrote. “Being in the kitchen is basically like therapy for me. “

Nieka Richard

Digital creator Nieka Richard has 1.5 million followers on TikTok — and a penchant for Amy’s Kitchen Chili. The social media guru says she landed a can of the delicious corn concoction by accident, but it was clearly kismet. “I was trying to grab lentil soup and I grabbed Amy’s Organic Vegan Chili. It is amazing and perfect for today. I put avocado and cilantro on it. It is the best.”

Mahnoor Nadir

Toronto-based digital creator Mahnoor Nadir is a “souper” fan of Amy’s Kitchen soups. “At the end of a tiring day what I look forward to the most is to put on my favourite TV show, grab a comfy blanket and snuggle up with a warm bowl of @amyskitchen soup. The perfect way to unwind and relax!” Nadir posted on her Instagram, @mahnoor_nadir. “One of my favourites is the cream of tomato soup, which is made from organic ingredients and packed with flavor.⁣ This is exactly the kind of warmth I need, to comfort my soul on these cold, chilly nights!” 

Melanie Roy

Canadian social media influencer Melanie Roy, who often posts pictures of travel and lifestyle content, confesses “mom life” had her living off Amy’s Pad Thai for a while. “Guys, @amyskitchen has really been a life saviour since having Aria,” she shared on her Instagram, @mel77wa. “I love cooking but, honestly, sometimes with a baby it feels like there isn’t enough time in a day. This is why I always have #AmysKitchen products in my pantry or freezer at all times. They’re made with organic ingredients and I haven’t tried one dish I didn’t like.”

⁣In addition to accolades on social media, Amy’s Kitchen receives its share of old-school fan mail that the company refers to as “Love Letters.”

Regarding fans of Amy’s Kitchen, brand co-founder Rachel Berliner admits she enjoys reading through all the correspondence. “We’ve always believed that if we care about what we do and who we cook for, you’ll be able to taste the love,” it states on “What we didn’t expect was all of the love that we’d get back.”

Published by: Nelly Chavez


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