Episode 10 // Bringing Sustainably-Farmed Seafood Dinners to Home Kitchens with Jacqueline Claudia

Jacqueline Claudia of Love The Wild on At The Table Podcast

In this episode, I talk to Love The Wild CEO Jacqueline Claudia about the criteria for labeling farmed seafood “sustainable,” why the farmed vs. wild seafood debate asks the wrong questions, and why cooking delicious, sustainable seafood at home doesn’t have to be scary.

Jacqueline Claudia, CEO and Co-Founder of LoveTheWild, is a lifelong fish nerd who thought she was going to be a marine biologist when she grew up. Instead, after graduating from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania and the Darden School of the University of Virginia, she spent 15 years working in corporate strategy and innovation before finding her way back to the fish.

She fell in love with the potential for sustainable aquaculture while working on Velella Project. She founded LoveTheWild to de-demonize great farmed fish, make it easier for people to cook great fish at home, and is passionately building a company that has a real shot at saving the world. Fish 2.0 award winner. Intrafish 40 under 40.

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RESOURCES:

LoveTheWild Website

LoveTheWild Store Locator

BAP (Best Aquaculture Practices) Certification

ASC (Aquaculture Stewardship Council) Certification

Fish Farm recognized as Time Invention of the Year

LoveTheWild Investor Press Release

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Jacqueline Claudia of Love The Wild on At The Table Podcast

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