Wildgood is on a mission to bring people joy and replenish our planet.
Before founding Wildgood, artisan ice cream maker Sotiris Tsichlopoulos built one of the most well-loved ice cream brands in Greece.
As people lined up in Athens and across the Greek islands to enjoy his dairy-based ice cream, Sotiris imagined what ice cream could look like in a future where sustainable, plant-based foods were the norm. Driven to make his vision a reality, Sotiris began an eight-year quest to create a product that delivered the deliciousness of premium ice cream without the sacrifices.
Sotiris turned to his family’s ancient olive groves to unearth the ultimate replacement for dairy: extra virgin olive oil. The cornerstone of the Mediterranean diet, extra virgin olive oil is one of the most versatile ingredients on the planet. Greeks have long seen olive oil as nature’s best way to add “good fat” to our diets. A sustainable crop (olive trees need very little water and can live for hundreds of years), Sotiris’ olive groves were the perfect starting point for an indulgent treat that fits seamlessly into a healthier way of life.
Wildgood was founded on the principle that simple, plant-based ingredients can do extraordinary things.
Guided by the Mediterranean diet and the natural goodness of extra virgin olive oil, our food philosophy centers around a plant-forward diet featuring simple ingredients that nourish our bodies and replenish the planet.
Extra virgin olive oil is the real deal, and it just so happens to make a spectacularly creamy dairy-free ice cream.
Extra virgin olive oil is an antioxidant powerhouse thanks to high omega content and phenolic compounds. Together, these bioactive building blocks support immunity by increasing antimicrobial and anti-inflammatory activity.
We’re proud to bring you a delicious treat crafted for a naturally healthy, happy, and sustainable way of life.
As natural carbon sinks, olive groves sequester CO2 in their leaves and root system. Olive trees are known for their resiliency and can live for hundreds of years with little irrigation, continually capturing carbon for much longer than other crops.