She sells sea cells: Frozen food giant explores plans to bring cell-cultured seafood to European market

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Frozen food giant to explore the introduction of cell-cultured seafood
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Frozen food giant to explore the introduction of cell-cultured seafood

Nomad Foods has partnered with BlueNalu to explore bringing the sustainable seafood products to Europe

Nomad Foods, the parent company of frozen food brands Birds Eye and Aunt Bessie's, has today announced a partnership with cell-cultured seafood developer BlueNalu that will see the firms explore the potential...

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