The Fourth Pillar – Emergent Organic Fish market opportunities

4. The Fourth Pillar – Emergent Organic Fish market opportunities

In a world where the oceans are being emptied and where scientists are predicting that by 2048 Seafood may be gone from the world’s oceans and seas. According to the Dalhousie University in Halifax, Canada study, the loss of ocean biodiversity is accelerating, and 29 percent of the seafood species humans consume have already crashed. If the long-term trend continues, in 30 years there will be little or no seafood available for sustainable harvest. Source

A by-product of using the Aquaponic cultivation system is that fish are bred and raised. Based on MOCA’s 3700m2 facility and working on actual production of fish in Green Reliefs facility in Canada, our Canadian Partners produce 10,000kgs of fresh organic fish each year. That’s 10 tonnes of fresh organic fish!! Each Year!!

Fish Aquaponics - MOCA

Aquaponic facilities can work with a number of species and Green Relief are currently working with Tilapia. It is well established that Aquaponic environments are suitable for farming other species of freshwater fish including barramundi, prawns, trout, perch and cod.

Currently Green Relief are donating the fish to charity and we love that – however, they are expanding their facilities currently from 2787m2 to a new facility of 19,509m2 (that’s 4.8 acres) which will be finished in 2018.

Both Green Relief and MOCA are exploring the organic fish market as a secondary opportunity.

The companies will leverage New Realm Media’s digital assets which include:

Remember the Google search results for Organic Cannabis Australia? Well, when New Realm Media develop these digital assets, then we will see the same type of internet visibility.

An opportunity to develop a niche organic fish market supplying high end restaurants is very possible.  

Top level access to the best in the field domain names and website marketing with New Realm Media partnership and using Google platform to leverage digital assets.   As fish are a by-product and not the key focus, the cost of goods is very low. Cannabis crop will sustain the market development of organic fish and seafood.  Anticipated production of 10,000kgs of fish per annum from first facility (3700m2).