Shrimp

Published on
May 16, 2019

QuinSea Fisheries and Quinlan Brothers’ Gulf Shrimp Limited processing plant in Newfoundland, Canada, was completely destroyed in a fire on 15 May

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Cliff White

Published on
May 15, 2019

NaturalShrimp is anticipating the first batch of Pacific white shrimp raised using its patented process in its indoors facility in Lacoste, Texas, U.S.A will be ready for harvest by the end of 2019

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Colin Bennett

Published on
May 6, 2019

Ecuador’s shrimp sector posted a record-breaking export total of 506 million metric tons (MT) in 2018, but despite this success, the sector’s leaders are alarmed about tepid international prices

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Jason Holland

Published on
April 23, 2019

The northern prawn fishery, located off Australia’s northern coast – from Cape York in Queensland to Cape Londonderry in Western Australia, is showing signs of a good season

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Mark Godfrey

Published on
April 10, 2019

China’s growing demand for imported shrimp is prompting one Malaysian shrimp farmer to seek a Chinese buyer for the leasehold on a 31-pond shrimp farm in Malaysia

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Toan Dao

Published on
April 10, 2019

The U.S. Department of Commerce (DOC) on 8 April removed the antidumping duty imposed on products from Fimex, NTSF Seafoods, and 29 other shrimp exporters from Vietnam in the preliminary results of its 13th administrative review of its antidumping duty order on frozen warm-water shrimp from Vietnam (POR13)

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Cliff White

Published on
April 9, 2019

Dutch Seafood Company is expanding its shrimp-peeling capacity in Morocco by opening a second peeling center in Tangier, according to the company’s chief commercial officer, Wilbert Vedder

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Mark Godfrey

Published on
April 8, 2019

Guangdong Haid is spending CNY 500 million (USD 74.4 million, EUR 66.1 million) on a new 400,000-metric-ton factory in Jiangmen, Guangdong Province, China, which it expects to complete by 2021

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Cliff White

Published on
April 5, 2019

Singaporean aquaculture firm signs EUR 100 million contract, will open processing plant in Indonesia Singapore-based aquaculture firm Lim Shrimp Organization (LSO) has signed a contract with ecMAX, a supplier of Chinese e-commerce platforms, valued at EUR 100 million (USD 112 million)

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Cliff White

Published on
March 27, 2019

The United States imported 11.7 percent less shrimp in January 2019 than it had a year previously, according to newly released NOAA data

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