NEWS COMMENTARY

BlueNalu forms alliance with Nutreco

Published:
January 20, 2020
Coverage:
Emerging Ecosystems in Agrifood and Health More...
Activities:
Partnership
by Thomas Hayes
Low importance

This is the first time a player solely focused on animal feed and nutrition has engaged with a cellular agriculture startup. Given the focus on aquaculture from both BlueNalu and Nutreco, a pairing makes sense, but the press release was scarce on details regarding what the two actually plan to work on together. BlueNalu did state, however, that it plans to release seafood products in a test market within the next two years. This comes a month after the company announced its development of a whole-muscle yellowtail fish fillet. Stay tuned for an upcoming Analyst Insight where we'll provide an update on these events and more in the rapidly evolving cellular agriculture space.

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