Spectacle publishes free ebook on the future of sustainable seafood food
AUSTIN, Texas— Spectacle, a branding agency specializing in for-profit and for-profit businesses, from start-ups to Fortune 100, has announced the release of its free e-book titled, “Alternative Seafood: The Next Blue Ocean.” This is the first piece in their upcoming Future of Food series.
Download your copy of the free report here.
Some examples of what you will find inside:
- An overview of emerging technologies in the alternative seafood industry – from cell cultures and plants to kelp harvesting and cold chain innovation
- Exclusive insights from innovative founders of Bluu Seafood, The Plant Based Seafood Co. and Daybreak Seaweed
- Strategic Tips for Manufacturers and Marketers to Successfully Build Awareness and Release Cutting-Edge Products
- Three steps you can take as a consumer to enjoy seafood in a more sustainable way
According to Spectacle, more than 3 billion people consume fish and seafood as a source of protein, making it the world’s largest food item. But the industry is increasingly concerned about illegal fishing/overfishing, warming ocean temperatures, acidification, animal welfare and food safety, Show said.
Show said entrepreneurs are starting to disrupt the category with sustainable, plant-based options. And consumer demand for alternative seafood is growing:
- Plant-based fish projects a CAGR of nearly 28% from 2021 to 2031 and a total market size of nearly $1.3 billion by 2031
- According to market research conducted by the Plant-Based Foods Association, 79% of millennials already consume plant-based meats, and plant-based seafood producers expect the same from their products.
“Tackling this industry is a tall order, but we know it’s possible. We were at the forefront of the plant-based meat movement in 2017 when we worked with Impossible Foods to launch their plant-based beef burger to the masses,” said Michael Filippi, Founder and CEO of Spectacle. “The next wave of innovation is the seafood industry. And at Spectacle, we’re banking on the brave few who are tackling this global problem.”