The Waterbase Limited wins Food Products category at ‘Agri-Food Empowering India awards 2021′

Hyderabad: The Waterbase Limited, a pioneer in Shrimp Aquaculture in India, focuses on offering the best quality products and services for successful shrimp farming has been awarded the Food Products category at ‘Agri-Food Empowering India awards 2021′

The Waterbase Limited has been adjudged as a winner in the Food products category of ‘Agri-Food Empowering India awards 2021’. The award was presented by Shri Prahlad Singh Patel, Hon’ble Minister of State, Ministry of Food Processing Industries Govt. of India recently at an event held at Delhi.

The award recognises the engineering excellence and innovative concepts in food processing, hygiene & food safety, food processing technology, manufacturing excellence and food technology research. The award scheme has been conceptualised in association with various Government of Indian agencies under the Ministry of Agriculture and Farmers Welfare and The Ministry of Food Processing Industries, Government of India.

Sharing his excitement on the award, Mr. Ramakanth Akula – CEO – The Waterbase Limited, said, “This award is an acknowledgement of our efforts and has given us immense joy and motivation. In our 28 years of commitment, we have been focussing on sustainability and delivering quality products. Towards this, all our operations are carried out with great emphasis on protecting the environment, being socially responsible and offering the best in seed feed and farm care products to ensure shrimps are healthy to consume.”

Mr. Akula, added, “Winning the Food Products category award at ‘Agri-Food Empowering India awards 2021′ is definitely a feather in The Waterbase Limited’s cap and we hope to win many more in the future.”

Waterbase is the pioneer in bringing Shrimp Aquaculture to India. Since then, the company has been committed towards offering end-to-end solutions related to shrimp farming in the country. The company’s focus has always been on providing knowledge and services to the esteemed shrimp (aquaculture) farmers and its stakeholders.


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