Fish is well-known as a healthy meat – but many consumers are confused when it comes to whether it can help lose weight.
The Saucy Fish Co. has a number of low calorie products, which are sold with sauces and seasoning to give them taste and claim to leave consumers feeling satisfied.
But in order to push the message to consumers wanting to watch their weight and maintain a healthy diet, The Saucy Fish Co. is calling its two newest additions to its range Skinny Fish.
From the fish and sauce range, found in the chiller aisle, the new Salmon Fillets with Chili, Lime and Ginger have been launched as a summer fish dish.
Designed to be light enough for lunch, or paired with salads and cous cous for an evening meal, the product has only 133 calories per serving.
Even lower on the calorie scale is the second launch under the Skinny Fish heading, Mustard and Dill Vinaigrette on Smoked Haddock, which serves up 97 calories per sauce serving.
This is another light fish meal which, like the Salmon Fillets, hopes to appeal as a healthy alternative to fatty BBQ meat in the summer months.
A chef from The Saucy Fish Co. said:
“When pairing low calorie lovely fish with accompaniments, opt for slow-release whole-wheat pasta and wholegrain rice which make you feel fuller for longer – reducing the temptation to munch!”
The Salmon Fillet with Chili, Lime and Ginger, plus Smoked Haddock with Mustard and Dill Vinaigrette RRP from £4, from Tesco stores nationwide.
Reach out to younger consumers, the brand has recently joined social networking site Facebook, uploading recipe ideas, new products and information on the brand.
For more information about The Saucy Fish Co. and its expanding range, click here to visit the website.