Yes, you can save the ocean by eating real fish

"Not only does BlueNalu aim to meet that demand and combat the diminishing global seafood supply, but Cooperhouse also highlights that BlueNalu will address a number of other issues that consumers are increasingly concerned with, including food safety, animal welfare, climate change, and food security."

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Alexandra Golaszewska
BlueNalu Raises $4.5 Million to Launch “Cellular Aquaculture”

“Chris Kerr, Chief Investment Officer at New Crop Capital, commented: ‘This is the largest seed round to date in this category, and one of the largest that has occurred globally in the entire ‘clean meat’ space. We are very excited at the market potential for BlueNalu and their ability to offer consumers an alternative to conventional animal sources that today originate only in our oceans and seas.’”

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Alexandra Golaszewska
Update: cellular aquaculture newcomer BlueNalu raises $4.5m

“Recognizing the range of challenges being faced by the wild catch seafood industry, and the ecological and environmental impact the industry has, the founding team brought together expertise in cell biology, IP, food tech, tissue engineering, commercialization, and marketing to sustainably create cell-cultured finned fish, crustaceans, and mollusks in a laboratory setting, reports FoodNavigator-USA.”

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Alexandra Golaszewska
BlueNalu raises $4.5m to fuel its ambitions in ‘cellular aquaculture’

"BlueNalu is not looking to develop a consumer/CPG brand, but is instead looking to develop partnerships with players that already have strong brands in foodservice and retail to take products to market, explained Cooperhouse, who forged connections across the industry and worked with hundreds of start-ups in his previous role as executive director of the Rutgers University Food Innovation Center."

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Alexandra Golaszewska