Overfishing, physical barriers, pollution, disease and climate change threaten the existence of many freshwater eel species. The European eel (Anguilla anguilla), Japanese eel (Anguilla japonica) and American eel (Anguilla rostrata) have stocks that are now considerably reduced from their original biomass and are listed as endangered by the International Union for the Conservation of Nature and Greenpeace International.
The African eel (Anguilla mossambica) is the last remaining temperate eel species with a pristine and unexploited wild population. The sustainable harvest of this species offers considerable opportunity. Isolated from the Atlantic and Pacific species, Mossambica shares very similar physiological and morphological features and has been compared favourably in taste tests.
Reduced water usage through recirculation and cleansing of systems water. Exceptional water, food and filtration systems accelerate growth cycles and reduce feed requirement. Resource production requirements are very favorable compared to other proteins.
RAS reduces fish stress by continuously purifying water and optimizing environmental conditions. The result is a healthier fish grown without the use of hormones or antibiotics.
RAS optimizes water conditions, and permits a controlled feed and nutrient regime. The RAS process creates a biologically secure population and the highest quality fish.
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