The Best Vegan Tuna Brands UK
It’s 2022 and there are plant-based alternatives for almost anything you can think of. What an easy time to try and reduce your meat and dairy intake or simply be vegan. Keep reading to discover the best plant-based ‘tuna’.
Vegan seafood alternatives are big business across the world and here are just a few of the vegan ‘tuna’ alternatives that are making waves in the market – pun very much intended.
So grab your vegan mayo, and dig in.
Future Farm, Plant-Based Tuna
Future Farm is a big name in the Food Tech industry right now and its vegan tuna is the latest launch to make a splash. This is a soy, pea and chickpea flake that’s ready to eat.
This is a soya bean alternative that’s described to have ‘flavours of the sea’ – which must be code for salty, right?
Plant Pioneers, No Chuna
Here’s another string in Sainsbury’s plant-based range. This Chuna comes in a vegetable brine-style dressing and is ready to be tossed through a fresh salad.
Good Catch, Plant-Based Tuna Naked In Water
Good Catch’s offering is lightly flavoured with algal oil, but neutral enough for any recipe. Did someone say ‘vegan tuna pasta bake’?
Loma Linda, Tuno Mayo Can
Choose between mayo or sweet chilli flavours from these guys.
V Bites, Making Waves Tuna-Style Pate
Fancy trying a tuna-style pate? This might just be what you’ve been searching for.
Bonsan, Organic Kofu Fishfree Tofuna
If all of the above look a little too much like tuna for you, then these kombucha-fermented tofu chunks could have your name on.
Tried any of the above? Let us know what you thought in the comments section.
By Fabian Jackson
Fabian is one of our lovely Content Marketing Assistants who loves writing almost as much as he loves coffee, old episodes of Escape to the Country (no judgement here), and cooking up a storm in his kitchen.
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