Alt-protein producer Schouten Europe has reported a significant rise in plant-based fish sales, as the price of conventional fish continues to climb due to the conflict in Ukraine.
Because of the sharp rise in gas oil prices as a result of the war in Ukraine, profitable fishing is currently no longer possible. Many ships are not setting sail, and the prices of fish are rising rapidly. As a result of these developments, the demand for plant-based alternatives to fish is increasing.
Today is World Tuna Day: a UN initiative aiming to raise awareness about sustainable fishing. No better time to put our plant-based product, Vegan Green Tuna, in the spotlight.
The fish sticks are the second fish replacement brought out by Dutch company Schouten Europe after introduction of its plant-based tuna earlier this year.
Here you find our newsletter plant based products. Feel free to read them and get inspired with the latest plant-based innovations and trends.
Schouten Europe, the Netherlands-based meat and seafood alternatives group, has snapped up co-packer Nijland Food from bankruptcy.
The Giessen family business Schouten Europe, producer of meat and fish substitutes, is taking over Nijland Food from Goor, which recently declared bankruptcy.
This year, we yet again succeeded in obtaining the IFS certificate at the higher level. An achievement to which everyone at Schouten has contributed and of which we are all extremely proud.
Although November is known as ‘slaughter month’, we at Schouten prefer to focus on other things. For us, it’s the month in which Innova Market Insights announces the top 10 trends for the coming year.
Closing out the year cannot be done without lists. That is why we would like to present you our top 5 successful product introductions for 2021.
You have surely noticed that meals and meal components with vegan minced meat score well. And the growth is far from over. Discover our 3 new variations of vegan minced meat here.
You probably know them: vegetarian or vegetable burgers, sausages, balls, and pieces. But why is soy used for so many meat substitutes? And is that good for your health and the environment? You can read about it here!