Introducing... 

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Ahimi™ is a healthy, safe, raw Ahi without the tuna. Made from tomatoes and a few simple ingredients, this clean cuisine offers all the taste without harming our oceans.

Picky eaters, vegetarians and vegans rejoice: Fish-less tuna is here, and it’s going to turn your world upside down.
Huffington Post
 
Ahimi™ served over sushi rice

Ahimi™ served over sushi rice

Going Beyond Our Oceans!

Ahimi™ is made from tomatoes, but the texture and flavor of the tomato are transformed through a special technique. Ahimi™ was designed to be a delicious alternative to ahi tuna with a savory, meaty taste. It’s made from tomato, but its appearance and texture are indistinguishable from raw tuna.

I tried a few pieces of the final product, and it’s convincing. The texture and look are spot-on, and a friend could not tell the difference between [Ahimi™] and raw fish.
The Daily Beast
Ahimi™ in different dishes including poké, quinoa, wraps, grain bowls and salads.

Ahimi™ in different dishes including poké, quinoa, wraps, grain bowls and salads.

Safe, Sustainable, Fresh

Overfishing is destroying our oceans, and if we want to keep tuna from going extinct, we have to reduce the number we catch. Ahimi™ is a sustainable, plant-based alternative to tuna.

Made from just five natural ingredients, Ahimi™ is free of mercury, PCBs, and other toxic chemicals. It's also vegan, safe for pregnant women, nursing mothers, and people with compromised immune systems.

Ahimi™ served over rice, seaweed wrap and sesame seed garnish.

Ahimi™ served over rice, seaweed wrap and sesame seed garnish.

Science of Ahimi™

Tomatoes contain high levels of naturally-occurring glutamic acids, which are responsible for the savory flavor of meaty foods. Certified Master Chef James Corwell's proprietary method combines tomatoes with simple, natural ingredients to enhance the natural savory quality of the tomato, making Ahimi™ a natural seafood experience.

I had a chance to try Corwell’s [Ahimi™] delivered fresh from his kitchen. As a seafood lover, I was skeptical. But it was tasty—thick and fatty, just like real tuna, with a savory taste... I would mistake it for tuna in a line-up.
Fast Company