Good Catch’s fish-free version of tuna was designed to be a less fragrant work lunch.
Good Catch uses legumes, beans and algae to mimic the flavor and texture of real tuna, and it’s packaged in pouches instead of cans. The product has been two years in the making, said co-founder Chad Sarno.
Have to admit the product looks good. You can find it in several natural food markets. Let us know if you've used it and what you thought.
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