Long John Silvers Restaurant chain is set to start testing plant-based sea-inspired options

Long John Silvers Restaurant chain is set to start testing plant-based sea-inspired options. After encouragement from Mercy For Animals and supporters, Americaʹs largest seafood chain, Long John Silverʹs, is off the hook! In partnership with Good Catch, the iconic chain is set to start testing plant-based sea-inspired options at five locations in California and Georgia. After encouragement from Mercy For Animals and supporters, Long John Silverʹs will test two new products featuring Good Catchʹs plant-based crab cakes and fish fillets. A win for animals and consumers alike! 
In 2018 Mercy For Animals released an undercover investigation revealing atrocities at sea. The investigator captured heartbreaking footage of Californiaʹs driftnet fishing industry and its devastating impact on fish and other marine animals. Shortly after this crucial investigation, California banned large-scale driftnets.
Long John Silverʹs Restaurant chain is set to start testing plant-based sea-inspired options

Long John Silverʹs Restaurant chain is set to start testing plant-based sea-inspired options

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