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Gastronomy & Food Service

Good Catch Vegan Fish Burgers Available on Bareburger Menu From Today

Good Catch plant-based seafood has announced its third foodservice agreement, this time with New York’s Bareburger, marking the first foodservice distribution for the Good Catch fish burgers. The limited time menu items as described below will be available at Bareburger Astoria (33-21 31st Ave, Queens) and Upper West Side (795 Columbus Ave, Manhattan), with more locations coming later in the Spring.


Good Catch tuna

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Gastronomy & Food Service

Good Catch Tuna Now in Whole Foods Deli as Part of “Aggressive” Foodservice Expansion

Gathered Foods, makers of Good Catch plant-based tuna, has announced a new foodservice partnership with natural and organic foods retailer Whole Foods Market. The move signals continued growth for vegan tuna products, of which there are now dozens around the world, with producers ranging from small startups to corporates keen to enter the growing market for sustainable plant-based seafood.


Chad Sarno Good Catch

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Good Catch: “I Don’t Think We’ll Ever Stop. We are Committed to Creating Options to Better Serve Our Planet”

Chef Chad Sarno is one half of a brother-partnership / two-man vegan food empire along with Derek Sarno, and the pair must be the two of the hardest working businesspeople in all of plant-based. This year alone, the number of achievements from Good Catch which we discuss in this interview, is truly astonishing.


Plantbased Business Hour

Is Plant-based Seafood Going To Be Bigger Than Plant-based Burgers?

David Benzaquen, founder of Ocean Hugger Foods and vegan investor joins Elysabeth Alfano on the Plantbased Business Hour to discuss 1) the growth of plant-based seafood, 2) pain points for plant-based businesses and 3) who should be educating the consumer on plant-based products. It’s all on the Plantbased Business Hour. Full interview here and the audio podcast here. Below is a highlight clip (2:00) of David discussing the responsibility of the company to educate (or not) the consumer on health. Display content from YouTube Click here to display content from YouTube. Learn more in YouTube’s privacy policy. Always display content from YouTube Open “Should Food Companies Be Responsible For Educating the Consumer on Health?” directly Now you can be a part of the conversation. The Plantbased …