BettaF!sh is now working with Foodji to supply offices, airports, train stations, hospitals, and production sites across Germany with the vegan tuna-style spread TU-NAH. Effective immediately, ready-to-eat sandwiches and salad bowls with BettaF!sh TU-NAH will be available in Foodji food vending machines across the country.
The latest development from the Berlin startup follows its recent successes including expansion into +280 Müller stores in Germany, Austria, and Spain; 157 L’Osteria Restaurants; and onboard with Japan Airlines, to name a few.
The partnership with Foodji is linked above all by the idea of sustainability: while BettaF!sh relies on the regenerative cultivation of European seaweed, Foodji manages its range with the help of artificial intelligence to prevent food waste.
Controlled by artificial intelligence, the offer adapts entirely to local demand and thus avoids food waste. BettaF!sh co-founder Deniz Ficicioglu says: “This is exactly why we originally developed BettaF!sh TU-NAH, because we want to be a sustainable, delicious alternative to canned tuna in everyday life. With Foodji, we’re one step closer to that.”
Nicolas Luig, Co-Founder and Head of Food at Foodji, is also looking forward to the cooperation: “With BettaF!sh TU-NAH, we are convinced that we can offer our customers the most delicious tuna alternative. Finally, our plant-based product range is extended by a product that is good for us and the oceans.”