High return investment opportunities in aquaculture


Farm financing and optimisation


High ROI & Short Investment
Cycle Opportunities in Aquaculture



Operational Capital, Cutting Edge Tech
& Leading Expertise


The current world population of 7.6 billion is expected to reach 8.6 billion in 2030.

Demand for aquatic food is set to way outstrip supply by 2030.

Aquaculture is the solution that will bridge this gap between demand and supply, and as such, is the fastest growing form of animal protein production in the world.

Shrimp farming can be highly profitable, and can offer fast investment cycles (as short as 4 months), but is typically hard to access and can carry a high risk.

Alune vets and partners with farms in South East Asia and South America, developing a portfolio of high potential shrimp farms that meet a strict performance criteria.

Through the careful curation of our farm portfolio we offer investors the opportunity to benefit from the attractive upsides of shrimp farming.

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Alune Aqua has significant amounts of capital available to fund improvement and operational financial requirements.

As a team and through our close network and contacts, we bring a wealth of knowledge and tech which we utilise to  improve all metrics of any farm we work with.

We want to develop long lasting prosperous relationships with farmers  and their operations so that we can ensure sustainable annual production and local community job creation.

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Shrimp aquaculture is notorious for clearing huge areas of land for its activities. Alune employs more intensive farming practices that require significantly less land.

The effluent at the end of a shrimp cycle can be extremely high in nitrates which when released into waterways can cause significant damage. Alune uses no chemicals during production, and biologically treats all effluent water in runoff ponds before it is released.

Through these two important farming methods, we minimise our environmental impacts and make previously damaged ecosystems available for regeneration.