The new tuna product is wild-caught, non-GMO tuna is naturally smoked with beechwood
January 26, 2023
Products in the line include smoked tuna in soybean oil, smoked tuna in soybean oil with lemon and oregano, and three smoked tuna blended salads that are 25% high-protein tuna and 75% antioxidant and fiber-rich vegetables and legumes.
Plant-based disruptor expands product range with fish-free tuna
September 8, 2022
Today’s consumer is more knowledgeable about the risks of high mercury and metal levels in canned tuna from some of America’s most recognized food brands. These health concerns have opened up the tuna market for all diet options – from vegans to pescatarians and more.
The updated Prime product line includes both canned tuna and salmon products, as well as a new on-the-go snack kit format
November 3, 2021
Protein on the Run kits are available in three flavor combinations and feature wild-caught tuna. Each kit offers a 2.7oz can of tuna infused with flavors in premium olive oil with an easy-peel lid, savory PARTNERS® artisanal crackers, a handy utensil, and a sweet caramel treat to finish the meal
Microwave-safe pouch features seasoned, wild caught tuna with vegetables and hearty grains like quinoa, barley, and brown rice
July 28, 2020
StarKist Co. announced its newest innovation, StarKist Creations Microwavables, a microwave-safe pouch featuring seasoned, wild caught tuna with vegetables and hearty grains like quinoa, barley, and brown rice.
Hydrosol is ready to help processors catch the next wave in plant-based foods: fish and seafood
July 21, 2020
The “plant-based revolution” is the term Innova Market Insights uses for the continuing worldwide boom in plant-based food and beverages. In the US and in Europe, for example, the demand for meat alternatives is rising rapidly. In addition to health and enjoyment, food shoppers say they also are considering safety, environment and animal welfare when buying foods. Experts even suggest that consumers are even rethinking their eating habits in light of the world’s COVID-19 pandemic.