Regenerative Aquaculture

Hector Nava

Track owner


Extreme information asymmetry leads to a series of problems in the shrimp supply chain. For example, APEX-buyers are very concerned with the capability of consumers to verify the specific source, quality, and social practices. During the track, we all recognized the importance of the issues of antibiotics, slavery, environmental disruption, and disparity but agreed to narrow down the problem and pick one keystone issue. We decide on information since the lack of knowledge, and awareness is the root cause of most problems. In an open system where production and social practices as well as profit and cost distribution are considered and accounted for, most issues will improve.


Create traceability from inputs to farm and from farm to table, powered with a digital trust and decentralized traceability solution for the shrimp supply chain. That includes key indicators yet to be determined with stakeholders.


The group identifies that the digital world and the real world (engineering solutions at the farm) need to have separate goals. The implementation of engineering solutions as a service allows the implementation of a traceability system, both things have to be implemented in parallel. Additional, there are the commercial layer and the evaluation layer

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