The name of the new range, which is inspired by Filipino culture, combines a Japanese word for delicious, umami, and a Filipino word, ani, that means harvest.
As well as the tuna, the new Umani range includes sausages, meatballs, mince, a holiday ham roast, burgers, sisig and tapa.
Carissa Lim, WTH Foods’ co-founder and chief operating officer, said the company wanted to create new food experiences.
“We hope to raise awareness on nutrition, sustainability and food security, and find new ways to satisfy the population’s dietary protein requirements,” she said.
Ms Lim said the company used microalgae in the production of its plant-based products in the Umani range.
“Our R&D will develop our microalgae solutions for biomass supply, extraction of value ingredients, and development and isolation of our own strain,” she said.
According to reports, WTH has an ambitious expansion plan, looking to achieve sales in markets such as Europe, North America and the Middle East, as well as those closer to home.