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LONDON, July 15, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — Vegan seafood brand Good Catch announces food cart our way, which offers fish-free sandwiches to hungry sandwich lovers in an effort to motivate consumers to encourage Subway to stop eating fish.
After a recent investigation The New York Times About tuna sandwiches at Subway, which revealed a lack of DNA from The tuna in the tuna sandwiches they reviewed, Good Catch is on a mission to spread the word about delicious vegetarian seafood and show that there’s nothing fishy about 100% fish-free tuna, the only truly sustainable tuna.
These titles also come on the heels of the recent broadcast of the Netflix documentary Seaspiracy, which revealed that if we continue to overfish as we are, the stock of Almost all seafood faces collapse by 2050.
Good Catch Truck our way Will visit the main places in London, United Kingdom, New York s Austin, TexasThursday, July 15.
For a day, specialty snack carts will serve up vegan Good Catch tuna meals to passersby – no catch (no bycatch!). Vegetarians, vegans and meat eaters are welcome, the sandwiches are delicious and everyone can enjoy – without a trace at all DNA from Tuna or any other marine animal.
Chad Sarno, co-founder of Good Catch; “Our mission is to make plant-based seafood that is beneficial for the ocean and all the living things that call it home. Large-scale commercial fishing is one of the most destructive activities in our oceans. We can do better. We are here. Here to provide great alternatives to seafood without by-catch or mercury. or environmental damage. With Subway news making headlines around the world, this is the perfect time to let people know that there is a better way to enjoy and experience delicious seafood without harming our oceans. We want to encourage Subway and other companies to add fish-free options for the benefit of all.”
Good Catch is an innovative chef-led food company that serves delicious vegetarian seafood without the need to fish, including vegetarian tuna. A blend of peas, chickpeas, lentils, soybeans, kidney beans, and white beans provides the rich flavor and delicate texture of seafood.
People who want to join the fish-free mission can simply create their own photos at home and share a photo by tagging goodcatchfoods to encourage the subway to be #FishFreeForGood.