Making Waves with Impact

Forsea will realize a more sustainable, humane, healthy, and resilient future seafood production.

Using our disruptive technology, we aim to address protein cultivation industry bottlenecks and meet global food needs with real seafood experience at an affordable price.

of the global fish protein consumption comes from fishing
Global catch has decreased by about 1% per year due to overfishing
of supplementary fish products production comes from aquaculture fish farms
The world needs a more sustainable solution for producing protein

The solution

Alternative cultivated meat production

Our Products

Forsea’s cell-cultured seafood, derived from cells harvested from threatened species, provides enhanced and wide-reaching solutions to key sustainability challenges:

Preserve and regenerate marine ecosystems

Reduce the pressure on fragile aquatic ecosystems and fight illegal trade, which in recent decades has led to a dramatic decline in populations of varieties in high demand.

Supporting threatened species

Forsea is committed to cultivating the meat of fish and seafood from the IUCN red list of threatened species, starting threatened species with eel (unagi) that cannot breed in an aquaculture environment.

Care for animal welfare

By implementing a humane and natural cell harvest process, allowing for continuous and unlimited production.

Accessible and affordable

Achieved through a streamlined process enabling cost savings, increasing consumer viability.

Our impact is aligned with the following UN SDGs:

Life below water - Conserve and sustainably use the oceans, seas and marine resources for sustainable development
Responsible consumption and production - Ensure sustainable consumption and production patterns
Zero hunger - End hunger, achieve food security and improved nutrition and promote sustainable agriculture
Climate action - Take urgent action to combat climate change and its impacts
Industry, innovation and infrastructure - Build resilient infrastructure, promote inclusive and sustainable industrialization and foster innovation

Our ESG Commitment

At Forsea, sustainability is at the core of our values as we work to address humanity’s nutritional needs amid a climate crisis and vulnerable ecosystems. We apply a leading approach to utilizing limited resources through breakthrough innovation that uses stem cells to produce flavorful and nutritious seafood efficiently, while safeguarding threatened aquatic species and ecosystems.

ESG framework Forsea our future

Forsea our Planet

Our stem cell culture-based seafood production is a sustainable solution that promotes ocean regeneration, safeguards endangered/threatened species, and protects fragile ecosystems. This cultivated seafood meat can be produced efficiently and cost-effectively, helping conserve the planet’s resources.

Our focus areas
  • Environmental sustainability management
  • Carbon footprint & emissions
  • Biodiversity and ocean preservation
  • Energy, water and waste management

Forsea our People

We aim to provide safer and healthier seafood - free of mercury, microplastics and GMOs - that meets people's nutritional needs and preferences while ensuring affordability. 
We ensure the safety and diversification of our products, while prioritizing the rights, safety, diversity, equality and inclusion of our employees in the workplace.

Our focus areas
  • Meeting the world’s growing need for healthy and nutritious food
  • Animal welfare
  • Affordable products
  • Fair employment, Health & safety, diverse, and inclusive workplace

Forsea our Practices

As a company rooted in breakthrough innovation, we are committed to preserving this core value while upholding ethics, integrity, and fairness. Our production process is humane, avoiding the exploitation of animals, and built on a responsible supply chain.

Our focus areas
  • Breakthrough innovation
  • Ethical and fair business conduct
  • Product quality and safety
  • Responsible supply chain (E&S Impacts of Animal Supply Chain + Animal & Feed Sourcing)

Spotlight on eels- our first product

the extinction of eel populations has the potential to directly and indirectly impact entire ecological systems.

Download our article for extended information and recourses

Consequences on ecosystem biodiversity

Eels operate as freshwater predators situated at the top of the food chain. Reduced eel populations will negatively impact water-borne predators and prey and open the gate to invading species that can disrupt the wellbeing of critical indigenous species. Certain diseases and parasites are also more likely to thrive in environments with food chain imbalances.


Eels are particularly vulnerable due to their reproductive habits. An eel reproduces only once during its lifetime, and as overfishing depletes eel populations, the repercussions on potential spawners are felt for up to 10-15 years.

Water pollution

Eels are constantly fed with fish known as "trash fish“, which are hunted on massive scales, held in large cages in the ocean, and then shipped to aquaculture farms. These practices are a source for vast marine pollution.