wild skinny clean vegan shrimp

At this point, you can find a vegan version of basically anything you could ever want, and now it’s getting even easier to find a plant-based shrimp for your pasta dishes, tacos, and beyond.

The seafood company Van Cleve Seafood Co. is fully embracing the plant-based food trend with a new brand called Wild.Skinny.Clean., and its new frozen plant-based shrimp has gotten so popular that it’s currently sold out until November 11. Not only does this option have the taste and texture of real shrimp thanks to ingredients like konjac powder and vegan seasoning, but the brand also doesn’t use any hidden chemicals or soy. And get this: They have vegan crab-less cakes to devour, too.

“We see the trend turning into more of a movement and wanted to create something to satisfy everybody. Since we know seafood so well, who better than us to create the plant-based alternatives that taste just like the real thing?” Shelly Van Cleve, co-owner and VP of Product Development at Wild.Skinny.Clean., told Nosh. “We’re staying true to the line’s mantra of healthy and healing. What good is eating plant-based if it’s not good for you?Our plant-based products are made from superfoods and were created in a kitchen, not a lab.”

“Since we know seafood so well, who better than us to create the plant-based alternatives that taste just like the real thing?” —Shelly Van Cleve, co-owner of Wild.Skinny.Clean.

This isn’t the only vegan seafood option on the scene, either. Sophie’s Kitchen, All Vegetarian Inc., and Good Catch sell delicious (and super realistic!) options, too. No matter which company you get your vegan seafood fix from, get excited: This stuff is crazy-similar to the real deal, and you definitely won’t be disappointed.

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