Schouten Europe is introducing a plant-based fish fillet this month. Fish substitutes are on the rise. The number of fish substitutes introduced in Western European supermarkets has grown exponentially in the last two years.
The Netherlands-based Schouten Europe announced its launch of plant-based fish fillets. The cod analog weighs 120 grams and has a wheat and rice base.
Fish substitutes are on the rise. That’s why Schouten is introducing a plant-based fish fillet this week. “It is a nice airy product that successfully mimics the taste and texture of cod. “
ast year, Schouten introduced plant-based tuna and fish fingers. More recently, a ‘Burger without fish’ was also added to the range.
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