You Can Now Find Vegan Tuna Salad in the Prepared Foods Section at Whole Foods
Plant-based seafood brand Good Catch recently launched premade vegan tuna salad at Whole Foods Market. Created with flaky, fish-free tuna, the deli-style salad can be purchased by the pound at the organic supermarket chain across ten states including California, Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Oregon, Rhode Island, and Washington. There are future plans to expand this chef-curated offering to additional locations in the coming months.
At this time, the prepared food service product is exclusive to Whole Foods, but may be making an appearance in additional food retailers and restaurants in the future. In the meantime, get your seafood fix with existing Good Catch products. The vegan brand offers shelf-stable tuna pouches and frozen seafood items at grocery stores nationwide.
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