BlueNalu makes seafood with cellular aquaculture


In California, BlueNalu, a pioneer in the field of cellular aquaculture, launched its business with funding by New Crop Capital.

Lou Cooperhouse, President & CEO of BlueNalu, chaired a panel at the International Consortium on Applied Bioeconomy Research and said, “BlueNalu’s mission is to be the global leader in cellular aquaculture, providing consumers with great tasting, healthy, safe, and trusted seafood products, that support the sustainability and diversity of our oceans. BlueNalu intends to disrupt the current industry practice, in which fish are farmed or wild-caught. Instead, we plan to produce real seafood products directly from fish cells, in a way that is healthy for people, humane for animals, and sustainable for our planet.”

Chris Kerr, Chief Investment Officer at New Crop Capital said, “The mission of BlueNalu is totally aligned with our investment strategy, and consistent with consumer demands for products that replace foods derived from conventional animal agriculture.”