Just in time for outdoor entertaining season, the line-up consists of New England Style Plant-Based Crab Cakes, Thai Style Plant-Based Fish Cakes, and Classic Style Plant-Based Fish Burgers.
This product extension is the second evolution from the plant-based seafood brand, expanding beyond its existing portfolio of plant-based tuna,introduced last year. Here are the details:
- New England Style Plant-Based Crab Cakes: A savory treat flavored with sweet red and yellow bell peppers, green onions, a kick of spice, and parsley. These plant-based crab cakes are ideal for a quick bite.
- Thai Style Plant-Based Fish Cakes: This tender whitefish-style cake is flavored with an exotic balance of aromatics and spice for a Thai-style zest that is perfect for Asian-inspired menus.
- Classic Plant-Based Fish Burgers: These hearty burgers have a light whitefish texture and flavor, and are simply seasoned with green onion, celery, sea salt and pepper. For a taste of seaside comfort any time of the year, pan-sear these burgers and top with pickles and horseradish tartar sauce.
“Quality and innovation are essential to the Good Catch culinary journey,” said Chad Sarno, Co-Founder & Chief Culinary Officer at Good Catch. “Recreating the taste and texture consumers expect from whitefish and crab cakes challenged our team to push our boundaries. We are really proud of the final outcome.”
The frozen entrees and appetizers are crafted from Good Catch’s proprietary six-legume blend (peas, chickpeas, lentils, soy, fava beans and navy beans), which is high in protein and used as the base of Good Catch products to create the texture that mimics the flakiness of seafood. Good Catch uses natural vegan flavorings for seafood notes in the frozen appetizers and entrees, plus a shot of DHA for an authentic seafood culinary experience. The product packaging further advances Good Catch’s commitment to the environment with the carton made from 100% recycled paperboard and post-consumer content and the inner plastic wrap made from 40% post-consumer recycled plastic.
To locate the new products at a store near you, visit GoodCatchFoods.com.