Seafood lovers will be happy to hear that TJ’s is no longer relying on imports to make its products.
Instead, it’s switching to organic, grass-fed beef and veal, and it will now serve a variety of seafood on the menu, from the popular lobster and oyster to the local crab and shrimp.
In addition, it will offer vegan options as well as some seasonal items like the crab cake, and its new Seafood Salad Bar will be a place to savor seasonal and seasonal-inspired recipes, as well.
The changes are in line with a growing trend of sustainability in the industry, as evidenced by TJ’s move from importing fish and shellfish from the United States to sourcing its meat and seafood from around the world.
The chain has long been a source of inspiration for many vegans, and the move is a sign that the food has evolved beyond simply the ingredients used to make it.