A few years ago, a leading German food service giant came knocking on Schouten’s door. The company was looking for a solid production partner for its plant-based products.
Dutch plant-based food supplier Schouten Europe B.V. is launching a plant-based fish burger analog, on the heels of rolling out its plant-based tuna analog.
After introducing its vegetable tuna and fish sticks earlier this year, family business Schouten Europe is now launching a ‘Fishless burger’.
Dutch family-owned Schouten Europe has created plant-based minced meat created with fermented tempeh, partly consisted of by-products from one of Schouten’s production facilities.
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.
Vegan minced meat has been the best-seller on your vegetarian and vegan shelf for years. And the growth is far from over. This Pea-based mince Just as tasty and versatile as Vegan Mince but made from peas.
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Hundreds of plant-based industry colleagues have already taken advantage of this.
Food safety is not only a question of strictly monitored processes—the company culture also plays an important role. This opinion is shared by legislators and certifying bodies.
With our plant-based products, we are making a good contribution to a greener planet. But that’s not enough for us here at Schouten. A guideline from steps we have taken:
Over 85% of the Dutch population eat more than the recommended 6 grams of salt per day. However, at Schouten we offer plant-based products that fit into a healthy diet with less salt.
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.
Despite the fact that the Netherlands is smaller than the US state of West Virgina, there are 60 companies and research centers focused specifically on plant-based proteins throughout the country.