A company named Firless Foods plans to launch a vegetable-based raw tuna product next year that it claims to offer realistic texture and taste. Food products will join plant-based meat products that are mostly flavored and sausages that are currently on the market, offer consumers who have allergies of seafood, vegetarians, and others choices to enjoy tuna food without overrading.
Water without water reveals that it will launch vegetable-based tuna, which is made of nine materials, next year through channels and food restaurants. Plant-based tuna version should not be confused by company cell cultured products; The latter is made of cells harvested from original tuna while the first is made of vegetable ingredients.
For this reason, the versions of the Fireless Foods-based plant are vegan friendly because there are no ingredients coming from animals. The company said that it made a vegetable-based tuna to 1: 1 ‘experience’ eating raw tuna, at least when it comes to mouth, taste, and texture.
Fish-based versions can be used in the same way as true raw tuna, which means you can consume it in sushi in the future. The big benefit for plant-based tuna is a lack of mercury, which remains a concern when it comes to wild tuna products.
In addition, vegetable and cultured cell-based tuna removes the arrest aspects of this food product, which has been a concern of the environmental point of view. Of course, factory-based versions of tuna products will also be safe for people who have seafood allergies, while the cultured version of the cell is actual tuna (not from the ocean) and therefore it won’t be safe for allergic people to eat.