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Joint ventures, new funds and private placements all focused on securing exposure to new and existing aquaculture businesses points to a long-term interest in the industry.
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Neptune brings the aquaculture experience of ex-AMERRA head of PE Thor Talseth while Stafford has been ramping up its ag credentials for the last three years – what can the duo accomplish?
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The firm’s early stage and agtech investments vehicle’s commitment to The Kingfish Company gives it exposure to a business embarking on a US expansion project in 2021.
The family office of Andrew Forrest has recently added an aquaculture vertical to its existing beef business – and has plans for significant growth.
The family office of one of Australia’s richest men is building a significant portfolio of beef and aquaculture assets in Western Australia and plans to expand into grains.
Salmon steaks on black background
From Turkey to the US, private equity is eyeing up opportunities across the world and throughout the value chain, with little sign of a diminishing appetite.
Managing director Chuck Templeton says two new seafood-experienced managing directors will help build a network of co-investors interested in early stage seafood and ocean ecosystem health opportunities.
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The impact investor’s strategy for addressing overfishing involves supporting aquaculture sustainability by investing in innovations that address its pollution and feed challenges.
New research from the CRCNA finds that aquaculture in the north has significant potential to grow if barriers to investment are overcome.
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Insectta has developed technology that can extract chitosan from insect waste, an antimicrobial ingredient used in the pharmaceutical and cosmetic industries.
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