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Aquapurna and Billund Aquaculture have partnered to promote a more sustainable and respectful shrimp industry. Through an automated production model driven by state-of-the-art technology.

Both companies have worked together during two years. Billund Aquaculture is a global company that specializes in land-based aquaculture technology and recirculating aquaculture systems (RAS).

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This partnership hopes to develop existing practices and technologies. Also, innovate towards creating a transformative farming system capable of generating a real change in the industry.

Although the initial objective is to supply its closest side countries, the company believes it will be able to export this new production method throughout the rest of the world.

About Aquapurna

Aquapurna was founded in 2020. From the beginning the challenge has been to develop the most advanced method for farming shrimp on land, thus providing delicious shrimp to the world, while protecting the planet.

The German company operates the only R&D centers in Europe dedicated exclusively to profitable and sustainable shrimp farming on land.

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