Aquaculture in the News – December 2015

Thailand Seafood Industry Needs ‘Wake Up Call’ Source: Chicago Tribune The Global Aquaculture Alliance, which audits companies and offers a Best Aquaculture Practices seal of approval, recently announced it will pull its certification from any company outsourcing shrimp processing. This announcement comes at the heals of several human rights abuses discoveries in Thailand. Shrimp exporters…

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Shrimp Cooking Techniques

Shrimp are as close to perfect as food can get. They are low in fat, high in protein and have a soft seafood flavor that pairs well with various sauces, spices and soups. However, that delicious shrimp scampi or grilled garlic shrimp dish can be easily ruined if the shrimp is rubbery or tough. For…

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More Holiday Shrimp Recipes

The most wonderful time of year can also be the most stressful time of year. In addition to the normal responsibilities, like work and family, suddenly you need to make time for shopping, wrapping, decorating, attending holiday parties, hosting holiday parties and cooking for all the said holiday parties. To cut down on time spent…

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The New American Shrimp Farmer

Shrimp lovers looking for environmentally sustainable, healthy and ethically produced shrimp have virtually nowhere to turn, but a growing number of high-tech American shrimp farmers hope to change that. Americans love shrimp, consuming an average of 3.8 pounds a year. Traditional shrimping is no longer environmentally sustainable to meet that demand. Natural seafood populations can…

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Five Reasons NOT to Eat Shrimp

Shrimp is America’s favorite seafood. It is high in protein, low in saturated fat and has a versatility which makes it easy to incorporate into almost any dish. However, there is a downside to shrimp that will make you look closer at who is producing it. Almost 90 percent of the shrimp eaten in America…

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Shrimp For Sale

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10 pound box headless IQF shrimp in four 2.5lb bags

$16.50 per pound
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10 pound box head-on IQF shrimp in four 2.5lb bags

$14.50 per pound
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