Norway – Pink Fish is a new fast-casual restaurant that offers high-quality seafood meals without compromising on convenience. The menu is formed of sustainably sourced Norwegian salmon served in various ways, from burgers and wraps to salads and hotpots.
While providing food for those on the go, the brand doesn’t cut corners on sustainability. The packaging and straws are both compostable and produced from a byproduct of sugarcane and corn, while the cutlery is made from 100% natural starch.
More and more chefs are becoming involved in the fast-casual sector to bring consumers high-quality food at a low cost. Pink Fish founders Geir Skeie and Ronny Gjøse hope to provide ‘delicious global flavours on a scalable concept’. ‘To be able to show all the exciting flavours you can pair with Norwegian salmon is great fun, and we love challenging established truths about how seafood can be used,’ says Skeie.