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Fountainhead Agro Farms Private Limited (FAFPL)

Here the journey of Fish production and Fish Farming began the vision to transform aquaculture in India. Starting in 2009 in the arid location of Mudhol, Karnataka. Motivated by the potential growth in aquaculture, FAFPL set out to infuse technology into this sector. It initially began as traditional aquaculture and soon evolved into a comprehensive integrated farming concept, encompassing aquaculture, coconut plantation, and goat farming. Thereafter FAFPL set out to infuse technology in aquaculture.


Our vision is to raise the status of aquaculture to that of a recognized industry by establishing and upholding high standards within the sector. We are committed to setting new benchmarks for excellence, professionalism, and sustainability, shaping the future of aquaculture, and ensuring its place as a vital and esteemed industry.


Our mission is encapsulated in the Latin phrase "Labor Omnia Vincit," which translates to "Work Conquers All." We are dedicated to the belief that hard work, dedication, and perseverance are the keys to overcoming challenges and achieving success. This principle guides our every endeavor, inspiring us to consistently strive for excellence and to conquer obstacles in our pursuit of greatness.

Fueled by an insatiable thirst for knowledge and progress, we introduced advanced, intensive, sustainable, and continuous production facilities, to integrate technology into aquaculture. Despite the challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic, our unwavering efforts and forward-thinking vision led to the establishment of a cutting-edge, technology-infused aquaculture facility by the end of 2023.

Our Mudhol facility stands as a testament to our dedication to sustainable aquaculture. Equipped with a recirculation aquaculture system (RAS) and continuous water treatment, it provides an optimal environment for fish breeding and growth, ensuring a consistent and sustainable production cycle.

At FAFPL, Fish production and Fish Farming are uniquely positioned to address environmental challenges with an unparalleled commitment to safety, social responsibility, and sustainability. We believe in actively engaging with our communities and stakeholders to contribute to the long-term preservation of the environment, society, and the economy. Our commitment to being a responsible neighbor drives our efforts to establish a complete production line from breeding to market-sized fish, all within a sustainable water circulation system.

Seafood Aquaculture
Fish production and Fish Farming

Our focus on cultivating Murrel Fish in RAS underscores our dedication to sustainable aquaculture. This vibrant species, abundant in Omega 3 and Omega 6 acids, offers significant health benefits and is well-suited for closed-loop systems. We aim to highlight the exceptional qualities of Murrel and introduce it as a boneless recipe with outstanding health benefits.

Looking ahead, we recognize the importance of sustainable aquaculture in shaping the world’s food systems. FAFPL is committed to collaborating to provide healthy, flavorful, and highly nutritious food for the planet, contributing to the transformation of food systems and the mitigation of climate impacts.

With each step forward in knowledge, we strive to establish intelligent and sustainable mechanisms throughout the aquaculture value chain, ensuring a measurable and minimal environmental footprint. This bio-circular-green economy approach will form the foundation of our forward and backward integration of processes.

Our technology, tailored for the Indian geography, topography, and meteorology, represents a unique and comprehensive innovation for indoor fish production. It offers advanced, sustainable, and cost-effective solutions for today’s fish-growing needs, incorporating state-of-the-art RAS solutions. Our super-intensive aquaculture production, infused with Israeli technology, ensures efficient water usage in a land-based, eco-friendly, enclosed, and controlled environment, reducing the risk of disease contamination. Importantly, no antibiotics or disease treatments are used, and we achieve continuous production and harvest throughout the year. Our fish reach commercial size faster with lower feed-to-fish mass conversion and reduced production costs. Additionally, our water recycling process ensures minimal water loss, with the primary loss being evaporation and machine losses, which is less than 1%.

Fish production and Fish Farming take pride in being part of a global community of similar facilities in countries such as Poland, Russia, Japan, Slovakia, and more.

In line with these commitments, FAFPL continually assesses the environmental, social, and economic impact of its operations and services.

We use the information gathered through our ongoing sustainability efforts to enhance our business model and conduct specific activities that mitigate our impacts on the environment, society, and the economy while reducing any negative impacts from our operations.

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Our commitment to social responsibility goes beyond legal requirements, as we strive to contribute to the betterment of the communities within which we operate. FAFPL champions sustainable systems of work, including maintaining water purity, minimizing emissions, recycling nutrient-rich process water, preventing stagnant water accumulation, and ensuring a safe and healthy work environment for our employees.

Fish production and Fish Farming are committed to serving and supporting communities from a neutral standpoint, free from religious or political bias. Our Sustainability program is focused on identifying key impact areas within the three elements of sustainability, measuring those impacts, setting targets, managing performance, and preventing pollution while complying with all applicable legal and regulatory requirements.

Join us at FAFPL as we continue to assess and enhance our business model, mitigating our impacts on the environment, society, and the economy. Together, we are shaping a sustainable and responsible future for aquaculture.

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