On World Oceans Day (June 8th) – and because Plymouth is home to the UK’s largest fish market outside of London – PETA is sending a special delivery of Good Catch Plant-Based Tuna and a vegan starter kit to every home on Ocean Street, to encourage people to enjoy delicious fish-free meals.

Following the release of the Netflix documentary, Seaspiracy, which explores the global fishing industry, questions the notion of “sustainable” fishing and explains how human activity is a causing widespread environmental degradation, a fundamental change is coming.

Just like us, Pisces can experience pain and fear, have unique personalities, and value their lives. PETA partners with Good Catch to show how easy it is to enjoy the taste of the sea without killing. We’ve all heard of dolphin-safe tuna – well, that’s tuna-safe tuna, and it’s the future of seafood.

Good Catch is a chef-driven, innovative food company that makes delicious plant-based proteins – including vegan ones Tuna!

With a unique blend of six legumes, vegan tuna is full of rich flavors and textures. And we’re spoiled for choice because it’s available in three different flavors – Oil & Herbs, Mediterranean, and Naked in Water.

Jealous of the residents of Ocean Street? Try Good Catch Plant-Based Tuna for yourself! You can find it at Tesco.

Eating vegan seafood can help keep the oceans healthy and full of life. Did you know that more fish are killed for their meat each year than any other animal put together?

Fish are just as painful as mammals, and they have rich, complex lives that we are only just beginning to understand. Pisces, for example, have a long-term memory and an individual personality, they communicate with each other using different sounds and even sing. In the fishing industry, they are reduced to objects – impaled, crushed, suffocated or cut and gutted, all conscious.

Tuna are beautiful, powerful animals that travel the ocean to find food, have warm blood, 40 years can grow old and are one of the fastest species on the planet. Just like us, they value their life and want to live.

The best way to help fish is to leave them off your plate and eat vegan. There are so many wonderful vegan seafood options out there that there has never been a better time to switch over. Check out our ultimate guide to vegan fish available here in the UK:

Like the households on Ocean Street, you can also get our vegan starter kit for free, packed with recipes, tips and advice included Plant-based nutrition information and ideas for quick and tasty vegan meals:

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