BettaF!sh Launches TU-NAH Spreads Online via Drugstore Giant ROSSMANN

Berlin-based BettaF!sh expands its portfolio with ambient TU-NAH spreads launched online via drugstore giant ROSSMANN. 

BettaF!sh’s TU-NAH Spreads will be the fourth product to join its range that already includes a selection of sandwiches and even a TU-NAH pizza. They will be available in four different flavors from February 1st via ROSSMANN’s online shop. 

Created to be used as a sandwich filling for customers who wish to enjoy a tuna alternative, the TU-NAH spreads will be available in four flavors; TU-NAH Spread Au Naturel, TU-NAH Spread Caper + Pepper, TU-NAH Spread Tomato + Chili, and TU-NAH Spread Olive.

The announcement extends the partnership between the food-tech startup and drugstore as OCEANFRUIT, BettaF!sh’s sister brand has been part of ROSSMANN’s online product range for two years. Family owned ROSSMANN currently has over 2,200 physical locations across Germany and serves approximately 1.6 million customers daily. 

“This partnership is a natural extension of our previous successful collaboration. We are delighted to launch this new product family at ROSSMANN,” said Deniz Ficicioglu, Co-Founder of BettaF!sh.

With the launch of BettaF!sh, ROSSMANN aims to make a statement about the future of plant-based. 

“We are immensely proud to be the first to trade BettaF!sh’s new, ambient TU-NAH Spreads. There’s no question that seaweeds are going to shape our future food system, so it feels all the better to be driving this trend forward together with BettaF!sh,” says Sandra Lorenz, Managing Director of the ROSSMANN brand at Dirk Rossmann GmbH

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