About Lou Cooperhouse
Lou Cooperhouse is co-founder, President and CEO of BlueNalu, a company focused on disrupting the global seafood industry with cellular aquaculture™, providing consumers with a wide array of value-added seafood products that are healthy for people, humane for animals and sustainable for our planet.
Why You Should Listen
Considering the state of our oceans with overfishing driving fish stocks to the point of collapse, rising sea temperatures, ocean acidification, and plastic pollution infiltrating even the most remote and pristine waters of the world, we desperately need to find a viable alternative to wild caught and farmed fish.
Seeing this gap, Lou, along with his co-founders, launched BlueNalu and set out to find the best scientists and investors to make their cellular aquaculture dreams come true.
In this conversation we cover:
The state of the commercial fishing industry.
How cellular aquaculture can provide a viable alternative to fish farming and the wild-caught products.
Issues within commercial fish today that BlueNalu hopes to solve, such as unstable pricing, fish mislabeling, and concerns over toxins, Mercury, and plastic pollution.
BlueNalu’s plans for roll out and the logistics and strategy that comes with creating a cell-based company.
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