Rabobank: Buyers would snap up Brazilian shrimp

Published on
August 18, 2016

Disease outbreaks in major shrimp producing regions and a considerable devaluation of the Brazilian currency have left many importers in major markets keen for Brazil to return as an exporter, according to a new report compiled by Rabobank International.

The Dutch multinational banking company’s report, “Feeding Nemo – Turning Brazil’s Economic Turmoil into Seafood Business Opportunities,” recalls that shrimp was the first modern aquaculture industry in Brazil. Starting in the early 1…

Contributing Editor reporting from London, UK

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