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.
Schouten develops and produces meat and fish substitutes and achieved the top position with its vegetable tuna.
The Giessen family business Schouten Europe, producer of meat and fish substitutes, is taking over Nijland Food from Goor, which recently declared bankruptcy.
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.
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.
Dutch alt-meat company Schouten Europe has launched a new product called Crispy Chickenless Dippers, which it says is ideal as a snack to be served in pubs, cafes, and restaurant
On 19 August, the following message came online on the website of the VMT: WUR research: ‘Manufacturers of meat substitutes pay too little attention to healthy composition’
After introducing its vegetable tuna and fish sticks earlier this year, family business Schouten Europe is now launching a ‘Fishless burger’.
Tempeh Mince is the latest product of Schouten. The completely vegetable minced meat is made partly from by-products from one of Schouten’s production facilities.
Schouten Europe is introducing 100% plant-based fish sticks this month.
The fish sticks are the second fish replacement for the Giessen family business after the introduction of its plant-based tuna earlier this year.
Dutch company launches alternatives to beef and chicken to contribute to the protein transition worldwide
This month, Schouten is introducing plant-based chicken and beef pieces that should contribute worldwide to the transition to a food system that relies more on plants than on animals.
In Bangalore, India, Henk Schouten, CEO of Schouten Europe, will launch an innovative way to produce food in a sustainable and healthy way: Tempeh Today.