The Most Sustainable Shrimp

We take immense pride in our shrimp, as years of effort, technology, and unwavering dedication have allowed us to create the protein of the future. We stand as the optimal choice in shrimp production

  • Production Efficiency

    While traditional farms yield just 4 tons per hectare, we produce a staggering 75 tons, making us 1800% more efficient. Experience sustainability and productivity hand in hand.

  • Land Usage

    While traditional farms require 2500 square meters to produce one ton, we use a mere 150 square meters – that's a 94% reduction. Choose sustainability and conserve the environment with us.

  • No Preservatives or Chemicals

    Unlike many other producers, our shrimp are raised without the use of antibiotics, preservatives, or chemicals. Taste the natural freshness and quality you deserve.

  • Protecting the Seas

    Our innovative and eco-friendly farming methods reduce habitat destruction and bycatch, helping to preserve the fragile ecosystems of our seas. Join us in safeguarding our oceans while savoring the exquisite taste of responsibly harvested shrimp.



    We develop Biotechnology that allows us to produce shrimp without water exchange, without antibiotics, and without abusive labor practices.

    Shrimpbox mimics an ideal breeding environment and manages the complexity of the microbial community


    We desing propietery software that makes remote management of our production units possible, without the need for specialized personnel in the field.

    All relevant workflows are mapped to deal with data complexity. This also enables consistency and makes it easy to train and perform farming tasks and operations.

Harmful Shrimp Practices

Why are traditional methods of buying shrimp so harmful? Whether it's wild catch or traditional farming, both can cause significant environmental damage. Here are some examples to help you make an informed decision about why it's harmful to the environment not to know where your shrimp comes from.


    Shrimp lives in the bottom of the sea. To catch them, wild catch fisheries need to use large nets that are dragged through the water to the surface, taking with them all the animals that are neighbors of the shrimp, such as turtles, eels and seahorses.

    For every pound of shrimp, 6-9 pounds of other animals are killed.


    Destruction of Precious Habitats: Bycatch (non-targeted species caught in the nets) destroys 6 million km2 of seabed every year (equivalent to 2/3 of the landmass of the United States). As shrimp inhabit the ocean floor, the use of trawling nets results in the destruction of valuable coral reefs, which can take years to regenerate.**


    Shrimp from polluted seas may contain microplastics and harmful chemicals like pesticides, which accumulate in their bodies. Additionally, wild shrimp often need to be frozen for extended periods to transport them to distant locations, contributing to the overall environmental cost of traditional shrimp harvesting practices

The Dark Reality of Traditional Shrimp Production

In traditional shrimp production, a dark secret lurks: rampant environmental devastation and pollution. From indiscriminate chemical usage to the destruction of vital marine habitats, this practice is leaving a trail of destruction in our oceans. It's time to uncover the truth and seek more sustainable alternatives to protect our precious environment.


    The shrimping industry is responsible for 40% of Mangrove forest loss worldwide(crucial for marine habitats and as oxygen production for humans). This forests sequester up to 4x more carbon than rainforests.


    The shrimping industry and traditional shrimp farms, in particular, use huge amounts of water with chemicals and antibiotics that they discharge into the oceancontributing to the pollution and destruction of their surroundings.


    Traditional Recirculating Aquaculture System (RAS) shrimp farming consumes significant quantities of freshwater, intensifying water scarcity and raising environmental apprehensions