Nick Mendoza

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Dedicated to using innovative, market-based solutions to address global food challenges, Nick Mendoza is deeply passionate about creating a bluer future for our oceans. A chance encounter being marooned on a South Pacific island, led to a reawakening and the determination that he wanted to make a bigger, more direct impact in the world. OneForNeptune is a startup company that makes healthy, sustainable white fish jerky that is ethically sourced from small-scale US West Coast fisheries. Driven by a mission to innovate and incite change in the seafood industry by building a healthy, sustainable relationship with the ocean, OneForNeptune emphasizes traceability and the importance of knowing your fish, fisherman, and fishery, making this information available to its consumers on every packet.

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