The alternative meat industry has been booming in recent years, in hopes of spurring a change in the way we eat. From Good Meat to Tindle Chicken, these companies hope to reduce our global meat consumption by replacing meat with other protein-rich solutions.
The latest addition is Bluu Seafood, Europe’s leading foodtech producer of lab-grown seafood. Founded in 2020 by Dr Sebastian Rakers, Bluu Seafood aims to produce sustainable and delicious cell-cultured fish products.
After two years of extensive research and development, the foodtech company has unveiled its first market-ready products: fish fingers and fish balls. The completion of its first products has made Bluu Seafood the first company in Europe to produce cultivated fish.
The seafood alternative has been cultivated from fish cells, without compromising on animal welfare, and enriched with plant proteins to optimise cooking process, taste and texture.
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