Cellular Aquaculture Company Expands Its ‘Clean Seafood’ Operations

Cellular aquaculture company, BlueNalu, who aim to create real seafood products from fish cells, commonly known as clean fish, has expanded its operations after moving to a larger research facility to initiate its commercialization phases.

The company, who plans to develop products such as finfish, crustaceans, and mollusks which are over-fished, primarily imported, and difficult to farm-raise, say its cell-based food is ‘practically indistinguishable from the natural products’.

‘Humane for sea life’

Lou Cooperhouse, President and CEO of BlueNalu, said: “We plan to reduce fishery pressure, displace the need for imports, create jobs, and enhance food security in each country in which we go to market, in a way that is healthy for people, humane for sea life, and sustainable for our planet.

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