Ultimate Guide to the UK’s Best Vegan Fish
Quorn Vegan Fishless Fingers
These fishless fingers from Quorn have hit shelves in Tesco, Sainsbury’s and Waitrose.
These 100 per cent plant-based beauties provide a fish-friendly taste of the sea that’s fintastic in a sandwich with crispy lettuce and some vegan mayo.
You’ll be having flashbacks to strolls by the seaside when you tuck into these fishless steaks, best served with chips and mushy peas.
Sophie’s Kitchen Vegan Shrimp
Sophie’s Kitchen’s vegan shrimp proves that you can get the taste (and look) of the sea without hurting anyone.
Be kind to our oceans by opting for this vegan salmon, which can be eaten straight out of the packet, pan-fried, or used as a garnish for your fave meal.
Waitrose Vegan Fish’less Fingers
Made from tofu coated with breadcrumbs and seaweed, Waitrose’s own-brand Fish’less Fingers provide a wonderfully fishy flavour. Thank cod.
Marks & Spencer Plant Kitchen Melt in the Middle No Fish Cakes
M&S has pushed the boat out with these tender fishcakes. We can’t get enough of them paired with a rich garlic sauce. Yum!
Cavi-art Seaweed Caviar
If you really want to impress your friends, let them sample this delicious animal-friendly version of caviar that’s made from seaweed.
Vivera Veggie Fish Goujons
Vivera’s vegan fish goujons are a great source of omega-3 fatty acids, vitamin B12, and iron – and they’re totally animal-friendly.
Fry’s Meat Free Crispy Prawns
These succulent prawns are coated in crispy breadcrumbs. Try dipping them in sweet chilli sauce for a satisfying fishless snack.
Linda McCartney’s Vegetarian Fish Goujons
These fish-style vegan goujons are made from soya and wheat protein in a crispy lemon and parsley breadcrumb coating. Dive deep!
Lord of Tofu Thuna
This vegan tuna is off the hook! Great in both salads and warm, hearty dishes, it’s a delicious combo of soya beans, tomato paste, and tamari.
VBites Fish-Free Smoked Salmon Slices
VBites smoked salmon slices would be perfect on a bagel with some vegan cream cheese and make a good alternative for festive foods at Christmas time.
Aldi Plant Menu Fishless Fingers
Plant Menu’s fishless fingers are perfect in a sandwich with vegan mayo and lettuce. We love their crispy breadcrumb coating!
Good Catch Plant-Based Tuna
Good Catch is on a mission to save fish and keep you healthy. This fish-free tuna is packed with protein and omega 3 but has none of the toxins or cruelty involved in eating fish flesh. Find it in Tesco.
Quorn Vegan Fishless Scampi
Try these delicious vegan scampi with a squeeze of lemon for a Friday night treat. You can get them from Sainsbury’s.
Morrisons V Taste Thai Style Fish-Less Cakes
The new V Taste Thai-style vegan fishcakes are made from fava beans, green beans, and rice and have a citrus zing and a gentle chilli heat.
Moving Mountains Plant-Based Fingers
Brace yourself if you’re a fan of Moving Mountains’ burgers and hotdogs: its plant-based fish fingers are about to blow your mind. They’re absolutely delicious served with chips and mushy peas.
Tofoo Co Chunkies
The iconic tofu brand has a new treat for us – tofish. Head to the freezer aisle to get these crispy vegan fish fingers, perfect for last-minute dinners.
Loma Linda TUNO
This may be the Marmite of the vegan fish world. Will you be one of Loma Linda TUNO’s fans? You can get it in in lemon pepper and Thai sweet chilli flavours or simply in mayo or spring water.
Every year, billions of fish are slaughtered for food. Their nervous systems are similar to our own, meaning they can feel pain, but they’re usually killed in slow, painful ways, such as being left to asphyxiate on the decks of boats.
Industrial fishing is also an environmental disaster on an epic scale. Massive trawlers scrape the ocean bed with their nets, destroying huge swathes of marine life, while most of the planet’s oceans are now dangerously overfished.
By choosing these tasty vegan options, you’ll help save animals’ lives and protect our precious oceans.