Shrimp shortage may be boon for India


SeafoodSource staff

Published on
January 9, 2012

A global shortage of vannamei shrimp may prove advantageous for India as it awaits the second harvest from the farms. Seafood exporters are expecting higher prices for vannamei in the coming weeks from China and the Southeast Asia.

??Among frozen shrimp, vannamei has been a significant revenue earner for India in the last couple of years. It is cultivated mainly across 10,000 hectare of farms in Andhra Pradesh.

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