The dawn of the Eco-Economy
Vinh Hoan's collagen production facility reduces waste from existing aquaculture operations and provides new revenue streams.
Approaching our oceans and other water systems with a hunter-gatherer approach has never been a good idea — at least not when practiced on the industrial scale we’ve seen over the past century. Until recently, the effects of that exploitation were easy to ignore. That’s changed. Today the state of our environment is a top concern among scientists as well as with governments and consumers the world over. This has necessitated swift changes in many levels of society. One of these changes is the increased role that aquaculture will need to play.
Vinh Hoan is at the forefront of this change, working to ensure that we develop the aquaculture industry in a responsible manner. We do this in part for future generations.
But, we also do it because we believe that today corporate responsibility and environmentally sustainability have evolved from buzzwords to business imperatives. In this new Eco-economy, both commercial and private buyers want to know how the products they purchase are produced. Falling short on ethical or environmental grounds has become one of the easiest ways to lose a sale.
Vinh Hoan has embraced the Eco-economy full on. Today, we’re demonstrating aquaculture’s ability to provide bountiful food and innovative wellness products sustainably and profitably. We’re also advancing aquaculture through our own research and development efforts and by sharing what we learn with others.