We’re reinventing seafood production for the better. Our sustainable aquaculture technology positively impacts wild fish stocks, the environment, society and our health.
RAS Systems, made accessible.
Our modular land-based Recirculated Aquaculture Systems (RAS) are underpinned by 15+ years of research, development and successful operation.
Combining innovation in deployability and scalability with our proprietary operating system we are now democratising land based aquatic farming and deploying into new and untapped markets, making a typically inaccessible farming technology, available to communities.
VALUE TO COMMUNITY
Connection to food.
We're circumventing direct competition with centralised and large-scale seafood harvesters and aquaculture production by delivering a distributed production model, incorporating local to local sales and distribution to a connected consumer base for each of our aquatic farming sites.
Our distributed production model leverages the benefit of connection to deliver supply chain competitive advantages.
Our aquatic farming systems, processes and defined inputs produce high-quality, exceptional tasting, healthy and sustainable seafood.
Our distribution model allows for the freshest of seafood to be distributed in retail and foodservice settings whilst providing transparency in production methods and farm origin.
“An object won't change it's motion, it's trajectory, unless an external force acts upon it, that's one of Newton's Laws, & I like to think we are part of that external force, acting upon the way our food is produced to move its motion towards a more sustainable, nature positive trajectory”
- Mat Goddard, Founder & CEO Aquacultr
LOCAL IS THE NEW GLOBAL
"The protein industry is on the brink of radical transformation and a shift towards sustainable protein production is expected to have a profound impact on food systems. ‘Local is the new global’ is expected to be a core scenario of the future of protein as we move towards 2040 and new food systems."*
-*Deloitte: Future of protein; preparing for an uncertain future.
Where Experience meets Innovation
Building The Future of Food
At the heart of the world's food sustainability challenges lies a fundamental issue: the disconnection between people and their food. Nowhere is this disconnection more evident than in the seafood industry, where the practices of industrial wild harvesting and unsustainable large-scale aquaculture have caused devastating environmental, social, and health impacts.
Our land-based Aquaculture systems do not deplete wild fisheries or cause harm to fragile marine habitats. Instead, they allow fish to be cultivated in a controlled environment isolated from wild fish stocks, removing the need for harmful chemical additives and antibiotics. They require less land, water, and feed than traditional aquaculture farming practices including pond-based and sea-cage farms, and can be located both urban and regional areas, which reduces transportation costs and emissions.
With a distribution model for each of our aquatic farming sites that champions local to local sales and distribution, our farming sites reap the benefits of engaging with connected and conscious consumers.
UN SDGs Sustainable Goals
Aquacultr is leading a sustainable revolution in seafood production with land-based aquaculture technology and a distributed production model to positively impact the environment, society and human health while supplying exceptional seafood.