Nomad Foods and BlueNalu Collaborate to Introduce Cell-Cultured Seafood in Europe

September 14, 2021 Nomad Foods

Nomad Foods, Europe’s leading frozen food company and BlueNalu,2 a leading innovative food company developing a variety of seafood products directly from fish cells, have agreed to explore the introduction of cell-cultured seafood in Europe, where demand for sustainably produced, healthy seafood products continues to grow. Europe is the largest importer of seafood in the world due to high consumption rates, with EU citizens consuming more than three times as much as they produce.3

BlueNalu Announces Framework for Food Safety and Quality Assurance for Cell-Cultured Seafood, and Commitment to GFSI Third-Party Certification

July 1, 2021 BlueNalu

BlueNalu, a leading innovative food company developing a variety of seafood products directly from fish cells, announced today its framework designed to achieve a premier standard of food safety, quality, and traceability for its cell-cultured seafood production.

BlueNalu Signs MOUs with Mitsubishi Corporation and Thai Union to Accelerate Market Development Strategy for Cell-Cultured Seafood in Asia

April 30, 2021 BlueNalu

Both agreements are designed to assess market development strategies for BlueNalu’s cell-cultured seafood specifically in Asia where there is high demand for quality seafood and the potential for diminishing supply to feed its population during the coming years.

BlueNalu Announces Scholarship Winners in Joint Collaboration with Research Chefs Association

April 20, 2021 BlueNalu

The contest, which brought in essay submissions from culinary students around the world, prompted discussions around seafood sustainability and the United Nations Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) 14: Life Below Water, representing BlueNalu’s commitment to the next generation of future-forward culinarians.

BlueNalu Secures $60M in Convertible Note Financing

January 19, 2021 BlueNalu

BlueNalu, a leading innovative food company producing a variety of seafood products directly from fish cells, today announced the closing of $60 million in debt financing from new and existing investors. This marks the largest financing to date in the cell-based seafood industry worldwide.