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Seafood lovers, rejoice! The Plant Based Seafood Co. has announced the launch of Mind Blown™ Shelf-Stable Sea Scallops, a first-of-its-kind alternative seafood product. Starting March 29th, these innovative plant-based scallops will be available for purchase on the company’s website, making seafood meals more accessible and sustainable than ever before.

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The beauty of Mind Blown’s Shelf-Stable Sea Scallops lies in their long shelf life and zero need for freezing or refrigeration. Crafted entirely from plants, they taste remarkably similar to real scallops, making them a versatile ingredient for a wide range of recipes. These revolutionary scallops made their debut at the Plant Based World Expo in 2022, with celebrity chef and Mind Blown investor Spike Mendelsohn presenting a cooking demonstration. The company reports that the response at the event “far exceeded” its expectations, and the product also made an appearance at Gulfood, the world’s largest food and beverage show, in Dubai in February 2023.

Monica Talbert, CEO and co-founder of The Plant Based Seafood Co., expressed her excitement about the product’s launch: “Unlike all of our other plant-based seafood products, we can ship them out without the coolers and dry ice! This is a real game-changer!” She adds that the Shelf Stable Sea Scallops can be enjoyed “anytime, anywhere” by seafood enthusiasts, while also supporting ocean Conservation, reducing emissions, and minimizing waste.

The Shelf-Stable Sea Scallops join Mind Blown award-winning portfolio of frozen plant-based seafood products, including Dusted Shrimp, Coconut Shrimp, and Crab Cakes. Shelly Van Cleve, Chief Innovation Officer, highlights the numerous benefits of these shelf-stable scallops: “From the convenience to the saved energy and emissions… Chefs can save precious freezer/refrigerator space, and the consumer can keep them on hand for an elevated meal, any day of the week. From camping to the Mars Space station, seafood meals will never be the same! But most importantly, they are absolutely delicious!”

So, why not give Mind Blown Shelf-Stable Sea Scallops a try? Starting March 29, they’ll be available nationwide in the US through the brand’s website. Not only will you be treating your taste buds to a delectable seafood experience, but you’ll also be making a positive impact on the environment. It’s time to embrace sustainable seafood alternatives and do our part in preserving our oceans for future generations. Let’s change the way we enjoy seafood, one delicious plant-based scallop at a time!

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