Plant-based salmon maker spreads its reach
Revo adds gravadlax and fish-taste-pastes to its menu
An Austrian company that makes a plant-based smoked salmon alternative has added a dill and lemon coated gravadlax option to its range, along with plant-based salmon and tuna spreads.
Vienna-based Revo’s new products go on sale in Austrian supermarket chain Billa’s Billa Plus stores today, and will soon be appearing in many more locations, including the UK, the company said.
Revo uses pea proteins, algae extracts, and plant oils to create a vegan smoked salmon alternative which contains 5.7 grams of protein per 100 g and 1 g of omega-3 fatty acids.
The tuna spread is Revo’s first venture into the tuna segment and is the first product that utilises what the company calls its proprietary “fibre dispension” technology.
In a social media post, chief executive Robin Simsa said: “These are in my opinion the most realistic plant-based seafood products which have been developed to date, and I am especially happy that we launch salmon spread as a unique new plant-based product which does not exist in this form anywhere in the world so far.
“Also, the tuna spread is simply incredible, I still cannot believe what an amazing job our product development did there. Utilising our newly developed fibre dispension technology, we could create such a realistic mouthfeel that I sometimes doubt myself that it is really plant-based.”