Good Catch's plant-based tuna gets supermarket rollout – The Fish Site

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Plant-based seafood company Good Catch is launching its flagship “tuna” line at Sprouts Farmers Market in the United States.
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The announcement comes from Gathered Foods, the parent company of Good Catch. The nationwide rollout is Good Catch’s second product launch with Sprouts Market.
“We’re thrilled to expand our distribution with Sprouts Farmers Market to give shoppers across the country craveable flexitarian options,” said Christine Mei, CEO of Gathered Foods. “This is an important expansion for us as we continue on our mission to make innovative plant-based products more accessible to consumers.”
Good Catch’s tuna offering is made with a six-legume blend of peas, chickpeas, lentils, soy, fava beans and navy beans. Their plant-based fish boasts a high protein content and offers the same texture, flavour and nutritional profile of seafood while being dairy and GMO-free.
Sprouts Farmers Market will carry varieties of Good Catch tuna in the rollout. The first is a pantry staple that acts as a 1:1 swap for conventional tuna, the second is a ready-to-eat offering that can be consumed straight from the package while the third is a flavoured option.
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