12/01/21 – Products / Plant-based / Tuna / Seafood / Vegan / Vegetarian / Good Catch
Good Catch launches plant-based tuna products, as demand for vegan seafood rises
Vegan seafood is becoming a fast-moving trend all over the world, although better quality attempts at plant-based ‘fruits of the sea’ are now starting to emerge in earnest, with greater attention to health and natural ingredients. Enter ‘Good Catch’ – a chef-driven innovative food company developing flavourful, plant-based tuna.
According to the manufacturer, each Good Catch product serves up the taste, texture, nutrition and experience of conventional seafood without the adverse environmental impacts.
Ready-to-eat, in convenient pouches
The Good Catch plant-based tuna is available in three flavours and ready to eat straight from their convenient pouches.
• Naked in Water: The original “naked” version is crafted to be an ingredient for added protein throughout your daily meals.
• Mediterranean: The Mediterranean flavour has the same great taste and texture of “naked” with an added flare of Southern European flavour from garlic, herbs, sweet pepper and a kick of spice.
• Oil & Herb: Rich and satisfying, Oil & Herb is ready to eat right out of the package. It’s the perfect solution when hunger strikes or if you need a bite on the go.
Good Catch can be purchased at Tesco for £1.50 RRP.
Hooked on plant-based seafood innovations
Indication of Good Catch’s good prospects comes in the form of endorsement from Sebastiano Cossia Castiglioni of Vegan Capital – one of the best-known and most active investors in the plant-based space, with his firm Vegan Capital being an early investor in seafood company Good Catch.
With vegan seafood set to be a huge food trend in 2021, and this year’s Veganuary already proving the most popular even on record, we expect to see more vegan and flexitarian converts hooked on Good Catch’s innovative plant-based products this year.
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