5 Reasons Why You Should Support Asulia
Oct 2013

By supporting Asulia Foods, you’re saying you care about our community and planet.

1. You Believe in Conscious Capitalism
People, planet, then profit. Doing business the socially conscious way means you back mission-driven companies. Asulia is a conscious, mission-driven company. We create healthy globally infused foods, source as locally as possible, print our boxes using wind power, and give back to support causes like girl’s education.

2. You Support Local Businesses
It’s no secret our local Boston economy could use a boost. The unemployment rate was 7.3% as of August 2013.  Asulia is based in Boston, MA and our line of certified vegan dumplings are handmade locally. Your support will help us grow and create more jobs. In fact, youth unemployment in the MA is 2x the national average at about 14%! We’re a certified YouthTrade company, a company that is mission driven with a founder under 35 year old, so your support gives opportunities to the next generation of entrepreneurs.

3. You want more healthy food options
We all know eating more vegetables is good for our health but it can be challenging to incorporate them into our busy everyday lives. Helping us get our tasty,nutrient dense, high fiber, low calorie dumplings on the shelf means you’re also saying you want more options to share with your friends and family.

4. You support girls’ education
We have the solution to address global poverty, gendercide, human trafficking, and more. Education changes lives it’s changed mine and it can do the same for the millions of girls around the world. Let’s say yes to education and girl power. If India alone enrolled 1% more girls in secondary school, their GDP would increase by $5.5 billion. It’s not just about feeling good and sending girls to school, it’s also about our global economy. You can make a lasting difference by simply choosing to support brands that are mission driven.

5. You love dumplings
Really, who doesn’t love dumplings? Almost every culture has its own variation of a dumpling from a periogi, empanada, and ravioli just to name a few. We can’t wait to add Asulia dumplings to NPR’s global dumpling list.