Towards a sustainable food future

By 2050, the world must feed 10 billion people. It is estimated that the demand for food will be 60% greater than it is today.


Ending hunger, achieving food security and improved nutrition and promoting sustainable agriculture are placed second in the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) outlined by the United Nations for the year 2030.


Aquaculture is the fastest growing food-producing sector in the world. It makes a significant contribution to food security, and helps fill the gap between the rising global demand for fishery products and the decline in capture fisheries production.


Kings Infra Ventures Limited (KINGSINFR) promotes responsible food systems contributing to a sustainable food future.

"To ensure a food secure future for all, the fisheries and aquaculture sector is key."

20.5 kg

per capita world food fish consumption in 2018

A record high, increasing at an average annual growth rate of 4.6 percent in 2007-2018.

Global share of aquaculture in fish production for human consumption
Aquaculture 52%

"Aquaculture will continue to be the driving force behind the growth in global fish production. Aquaculture production is projected to reach 109 million tonnes in 2030, an increase of 32 percent over 2018."

Untapping The Great Indian Potential

India ranks a distant second in the world aquaculture production contributing 8.6% of the global share.
India is also the second largest fish producing nation in the world, including capture fisheries.

Share of world aquaculture
Asia's share in world aquaculture
USD$ 6.68 Billion


India's earnings from exporting 12.89 lakh MT of seafood

The fisheries sector contributes 1.24 per cent of the total national GVA and 7.28 per cent of the agricultural GVA

14 Million jobs


India's fisheries sector provides employment opportunities across the value chain in harvesting, processing and distribution

Inland Marine

Inland fisheries contributes 71% of total fish production in India

Frozen Shrimp Others

Frozen shrimp contributed 50.58% of quantity and 73.21%  of value  in terms of total USD earnings. Farmed L.Vannamei shrimp is the single largest contributor to India’s seafood export

India’s untapped potential for aquaculture comprises of extensive area of cultivable land and water bodies, biodiversity, manpower, market and infrastructure resources.


Of over 1.24 million ha of brackish water area, hardly 15% is being utilised for commercial farming.

Inland and Marine Water Resources of India

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Kings Infra Ventures Limited is a focused food company

With activities in aquaculture farming, seafood processing, international trade of marine products, aquaculture consultancy, food related infrastructure development and venturing into domestic marketing and supply of retail packed marine products, Kings Infra is taking the lead in contributing to the sustainable development of aquaculture production in the country.


We are involved in the operations of shrimp hatcheries, grow-out farms, contract farming, feed distribution and other ancillary services related to aquaculture. In essence, we cover the entire aquaculture value chain right from broodstock to packaging, branding and marketing the end product. We operate aquaculture farms in Tuticorin, Tamil Nadu, India.


We are a community-focused, environmentally responsible organisation on a mission to create world class premium food products developed through sustainable food production in India, for the World.


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