CMFRI to develop India’s first lab-grown seafood


Institute to initially focus on developing cell-based meat of high-value marine fish such as kingfish, pomfret and seer fish

In a landmark move, ICAR-Central Marine Fisheries Research Institute (CMFRI) has embarked on a pioneering initiative to develop lab-grown fish meat – a first in India. The project aims to make strides in the field of cultured marine fish meat, and thereby address the growing seafood demand while reducing excessive pressure on wild resources. 

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