Cuna del Mar intends to help reverse the downtrend by shifting the demand for seafood from wild fisheries and conventional fisheries farming/production methods to new industries in open ocean aquaculture. Cuna del Mar will explore, support and develop open ocean aquaculture methods that are economically viable as well as environmentally and socially responsible. Cuna del Mar will invest in businesses that have the potential to create disruption in the industry by being positive change agents to produce a diverse supply of healthy, wholesome seafood.
Sustainable open ocean aquaculture is a new industry in its early stages of development. As there are not many existing businesses, Cuna del Mar’s strategy will seek investment opportunities with those early stage private companies, and in acquiring assets to develop new business opportunities. In all of our investments, Cuna del Mar will play an active role in the business. Cuna del Mar will offer, on a discretionary basis, various forms of financing, governance and advisory services through directorship and consultation.
Chubut's Shrimp Season Resumes After One-Month Pause Argentina
Vessels fishing north of Rawson continue to catch shellfish sizes L2 and L1; to the south similar sizes and somewhat smaller. The fishing production chain is slowly resuming. Yesterday, more than thir...