Seafuture is a beacon of modern seafood agriculture. Developing gourmet quality sustainable seafood to meet global appetite, all the while diverting the demand from strained wild and farmed stocks.

sustainable seafood


We aim to change the way seafood is produced to relieve the pressure that over nine billion people will demand on our ocean ecosystems by the middle of this century. By growing cultured seafood from stem cells obtained from fish we will be able to produce seafood products that eliminate the need to harvest our oceans.

OUR PROCESS

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STEP ONE

EXTRACT MUSCLE CELLS

We extract a small amount of muscle from target fish species and isolate stem cells destined for muscle generation. 

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STEP TWO

GROW MUSCLE

In specialized vessels, we provide the stem cells with the nutrients and conditions to grow in much the same way they would inside a fish.

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STEP THREE

PRODUCTION

Using scalable bioreactors and synthetic tissue technologies we will create high-quality seafood products.

Shaping the future

Consumers are becoming more conscious of the environmental and social impacts caused by their food purchases. Making value based decisions and buying products based on environmental footprint, livestock welfare, as well as nutritional makeup and price point are becoming more commonplace. Seafuture’s product will not only meet the global growing demand for seafood, but do so in a way that eliminates the negative impacts that come with traditional seafood agriculture.

Leading edge, lab grown, cultured meat is a new technology that eliminates the need to harvest the whole fish. The muscle is grown naturally in a controlled environment to produce consistent and sustainable seafood.

Seafuture is lead by two Ph.D graduates with expertise in cellular biology. This in-house technical knowledge enables the company to operate at the highest scientific level.

We are proud to be a pioneering Canadian cellular agriculture company, looking to create new seafood production opportunities in Canada.