There are plenty of meatless options on the market when it comes to replacing chicken, pork or beef and now, consumers are seeking out sustainable, plant-based alternatives to popular seafood proteins—and Jinka provides a satisfying option with its vegan tuna spreads. The Original, Spicy and Lemon and Dill varieties are made with a blend of soy and wheat and the fish-free spreads can be enjoyed on everything from sandwiches to crackers for meals and snacks. The brand's site shares plenty of recipes for classic lunchbox ideas and globally inspired recipes that can be made with its meatless seafood alternative.
With 14 grams of protein per serving, the vegan spreads are packed with benefits, especially since they help people to meet the daily recommended intake of omega-3 with algal oil.
Jinka's Fish-Free Spreads are Made with a Blend of Soy & Wheat
1. Plant-based Seafood Alternatives - The rise of plant-based seafood alternatives creates an opportunity for companies to develop innovative products for consumer's looking for sustainable options.
2. Vegan Meatless Spreads - The development of delicious meatless spreads made with plant-based ingredients can disrupt the traditional market and satisfy food preferences for vegans and vegetarians.
3. Alternative Protein Sources - The use of alternative protein sources, such as soy and wheat, can create opportunities for companies to innovate and create more sustainable options for consumers that incorporate more environmentally friendly ingredients.
1. Plant-based Food Industry - The plant-based food industry can benefit from the demand for sustainable and vegan seafood alternatives that satisfy consumer's meatless preferences.
2. Vegan Food Industry - The vegan food industry can leverage the popularity of vegan meatless spreads and expand their product lines to include new options for consumers looking for sustainable and plant-based alternatives.
3. Alternative Protein Industry - Companies involved in the alternative protein industry can explore the use of new ingredients and develop new products to meet the growing demand for sustainable plant-based options in the food market.