Revolutionize aquaculture with nature’s secret…
Microbial management is a must in sustainable fish and shrimp production
We are TipTopp Aquaculture. Studies of our innovative probiotics for ﬁsh and shrimp farms show a 20% to 30% increase in production as well as an improved ﬂavour of the end product. This is no empty claim; we can prove it. Our thorough research lets us demonstrate the improvements in both quality and results. We call it proven by performance.
TipTopp Aquaculture is a Dutch company focused on probiotic solutions for sustainable fish and shrimp farming. Their aim is to harness the power of nature to improve aquaculture practices, enhance water quality, optimize production performance, and contribute to a more environmentally friendly industry.
TipTopp Aquaculture specializes in probiotic solutions for sustainable aquaculture. Their probiotics improve water quality, aid in digestion, inhibit pathogens, establish a competitive advantage, and enhance immune response. With a synergistic blend of seven Bacillus strains, TTA probiotics optimize aquaculture systems, increase yields, and reduce environmental impact.
Our approach is to harness the power of nature to promote fish and shrimp well-being, maintain water quality, and optimize production. We offer probiotic products that improve water quality, support enzymatic digestion, inhibit pathogens, establish competitive exclusion, and enhance immune response. Our products have been extensively tested and proven effective. TTA operates globally, collaborating with partners in Europe and Asia, conducting research in specialized laboratories. We strive to revolutionize aquaculture practices by integrating our probiotic solutions and promoting sustainability and environmental preservation.
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A healthy aquatic environment involves a complex web of interactions between a variety of factors including organic input (BOD, COD), dissolved oxygen, pH, alkalinity, toxins, etc.
Biomanagement Systems Pty. Ltd., 315 Main Road, Wellington Point. Queensland 4160 Australia, and Department of Chemical Engineering, The University of Queensland. Qld. 4072 Australia.
Vietnam is the world’s 2nd largest exporter of shrimp. According to the Vietnam Association of Seafood Exporters and Producers (Vasep), the Netherlands is the 2nd largest importer of Vietnamese shrimp within the EU.