Taprobane Seafood leading Sri Lanka’s charge to produce 100,000 MT of shrimp annually

Taprobane Seafood Founder Tim O'Reilly presenting at the 2022 Global Shrimp Forum.

Speaking at the Global Shrimp forum on 7 September in Utrecht, The Netherlands, Tim O’Reilly, managing director and owner of Taprobane Seafood Group in Sri Lanka, said the country is on its way to hitting its goal of producing 100,000 MT of shrimp annually.

Taprobane has become the largest shrimp producer and processor in Sri Lanka through its introduction and proliferation of the farming of whiteleg shrimpv (L. vannamei) shrimp to the island country’s shrimp sector, which had traditionally…

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