Meta Burger/ Good Catch Fish Sandwich

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Gastronomy & Food Service

Meta Burger Joins with Good Catch to Add New Fish Filet Sandwich to Menu

Meta Burger, a vegan burger chain based in Colorado, has partnered with Good Catch Plant-Based Seafood to add a new Fish Filet Sandwich to its permanent menu. Made with Good Catch’s Crispy Fish Fillet, the sandwich features tartar sauce and sliced cheese and is now available at all Meta Burger locations.  The partnership is the latest foodservice success for Good Catch, which has swiftly increased its presence on US restaurant menus over the past year-and-a-half. Good Catch’s expansion now includes over a half-dozen major brands, starting with Veggie Grill, which introduced an exclusive tuna melt and Cajun Fish Sandwich by the seafood brand in 2020.  Foodservice acceleration The company then partnered with Whole Foods Market to carry the brand’s signature flaky tuna at select deli …


Veggie Grill Good Catch Tuna Melt

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Food & Beverage

Good Catch’s Flagship Tuna Line Debuts at Sprouts Markets Nationwide

Good Catch, the pioneering plant-based seafood brand, announces its popular tuna is now available at Sprouts Farmers Markets across the US. Retailing for $3.99 per pouch, the tuna is high in protein and offers the same flaky texture, flavor and nutritional benefits of seafood without mercury, microplastics or GMO’s, the brand says. Sprouts now stocks all three of Good Catch’s shelf-stable tuna flavors: Naked in Water – An ingredient for adding daily protein in meals, can be used as a 1:1 swap for traditional tuna Mediterranean – Features rich flavors inspired by Southern Europe – garlic, herbs, sweet pepper and a kick of spice Oil & Herbs – Ready to eat out of the package, can be enjoyed as a quick meal or snack. First …


Tuna Hoagies - Good Catch

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Investments & Finance

Gathered Foods Secures $26.3M to “Propel Good Catch Plant-Based Seafood to the Forefront of the Industry”

Gathered Foods, producers of Good Catch plant-based seafood, announces it has secured $26.35 million in a B-2 bridge funding round. The company states that the fresh funding will further propel Good Catch plant-based seafood to the forefront of the industry, and extend its international retail footprint, beginning in Europe, and “dramatically increase the number of Good Catch products on the market.”