UK plant-based brand Moving Mountains has announced the release of its second plant-based seafood product offering with its new fish fillet.
The Moving Mountains fish fillet is 100% free of microplastics and mercury, has 10g of protein and 4.5g of fibre per 100g. The fillet has a flaky texture designed to mimic actual fish and is coated in panko breadcrumbs.
Simeon Van der Molen, founder of Moving Mountains, says: “The Moving Mountains fish fillet is going to revolutionise the nation’s favourite meal: fish and chips. 380 million portions of fish and chips are eaten every year, but this is impacting the oceans, where there is already a sustainability crisis. Our ground-breaking new product will allow Brits to enjoy this national treasure whilst protecting sea life across the globe.”
He continued: “Our team have spent years perfecting the fish fillet, so it looks and tastes just like the real thing, with all the health benefits too. Our fish fillet has 10g of protein and 4.5g of fibre for every 100g. We are thrilled to be launching the product in Ocado, so that Brits can enjoy the product nationwide.”
The plant-based fillet can be cooked from frozen in a frying pan or cooked in the oven in less than 20 minutes.
This launch comes after the release of its fish fingers last year.
The new product is now available to purchase on Ocado with an RRP of £3.99.
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