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Why Aquaculture ?

Land-based Aquaculture is already the next big thing.



Global Concerns

The market trend is for natural aquatic products are on an ever increasing downward spiral. The pressures on natural stocks cannot be sustained and it is anticipated that it will take at least 25 years of aggressive protectionism policies from major Producers and Governments to relief the current pressures and reverse the trend and all this while the demand for animal protein from and ever growing population is increasing.

Favorable Price Trends

The supply and demand dynamics will continue the upward pressure on prices. The FAO reports that wild capture shery prices have been more inationary relative to aquaculture.

Constrained Wild Catch Supply

Although demand for protein is projected to increase 74% over the next 30 years, wild caught supply is naturally constrained and will grow by 25% at most, hence the market demand is higher than the supply.

Global Rising Demand For Protein And Aquatic Food

Aquaculture Unable To Keep Pace
With Global Demand

Global consumption of aquatic food has been more than doubled between year 1980 and 2007, from 50 million tons to 115 million tons, and is expected to be raised to 230 million tons by year 2050.

Farmed sh has grown rapidly to help meet demand, but pressure on wild supplies remains strong. (Information excerpts from 2010 Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO)report)


Also, due to global warming, the reduction of wild aquatic stocks and

general increase in the cost of operating shing vessels have led to the

reduction of wild caught sh and aquatic products resulting in the

continuing reliance of aquaculture produced products.


According to the National Marine Forecast Station of China reported

that the Bohai Sea of China’s Ice Blocks has appeared earlier than in

previous years. The whole Bohai Sea area of 33,900 square kilometers is

covered in ice resulting in a truncated shing season giving rise to a

shortage of fish.


Fishfarming is the Future

With the increase in global population, global capture production is unable cater to the constant growing demand for seafood. With aquaculture – raising fish in a controlled environment strategically bridges thegap between demand and supply.


Most aquaculture production is sourced from ponds, lakes, and oceans, but existing water-based technologies are yet to be able to overcome the primary problems caused by environmental conditions. These factors include temperature, pollution, and the  livestock being prone to disease in open-water fisheries.

Leading AquaPure to be

the drivers of land-based Aquaculture Solutions.



The global aquatic market is valued at $390 billion USD

and growing by over 7% anually, with the aquaculture segment accounting for about 50% of the market.

Aquatic and fishery products are among the most traded food commodities in the world.


Following a drop in 2009, the world trade in fish and fishery products has resumed its upward trend driven by increasing demand, trade liberalization policies, globalization of food systems and technological innovations.

The FAO credits the following factors to the increasing growth:

Improvement in transportation and logistics

Progress in conservation technology

Increased spending in Research and Development




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