Gathered Foods, makers of Good Catch plant-based seafood, announced the launch of a new line of innovative products. Developed to recreate classic nostalgic comfort foods, the new lineup offers a plant-based solution to bycatch, mercury contamination and overfishing.
The new line includes Plant-Based Breaded Fish Sticks (12g protein per five sticks, each coated with a light, crispy breading; each box contains 10 fish sticks), Plant-Based Breaded Fish Fillets (with 12g of protein per serving, the fillets have a tender, flaky whitefish texture encased in a light, crispy breading; each box contains 2 fish fillets), and Plant-Based Breaded Crab Cakes (15g of protein per serving features a lump crabmeat-like texture and sweet crab flavor complemented with bell peppers, green onions, parsley, and a hint of spice; each box contains 4 crab cakes).
“These products are game-changers for the industry,” Chad Sarno, co-founder & chief culinary officer at Gathered Foods said. “Consumers have become more aware of the environmental impact of eating seafood and we’re proud to be a delicious, culinary-driven solution. We’re pushing culinary boundaries every day to deliver the taste and texture consumers expect from seafood. This product line has surpassed our expectations and we are incredibly proud.”
Good Catch has continued to expand its innovative product portfolio amidst the quickly expanding plant-based industry. According to the Good Food Institute (GFI), the retail market for plant-based foods is now worth USD7bn. Over the last few years, the plant-based seafood industry has shown steadfast growth. In fact, according to market research firm Fact.MR, over the next 10 years, the plant-based seafood sector is set to grow at a rate of 28% and will be worth USD1.3bn by 2031.