Basic food and personal hygiene education…cook your shrimp well.

Educating the public on both food and personal hygiene.

Of course a good steam cook is recommended….street level even.

Crayfish can also be sterilized…

Steamans.com

Epidemiological and clinical characteristics of 99 cases of 2019 novel coronavirus pneumonia in Wuhan, China: a descriptive study – The Lancet

Milk, beef representatives urge seafood industry to join fight……..shrimp cannot see added benefits to existing framework

Instead of worrying about a competition can we not just promote shrimp as being a healthy alternative protein from red meat.

Shrimp markets growing fast enough, by some accounts faster than the plant based sector, and with……

…..farmed shrimp considered a perfect protein frame and resultant healthy packet cultured in nutrient rich bio-reactor (the pond).

….and also seperated from sea caught fished (hunted) shrimp.

…..as well as actually seperated from being a ‘fish’ thank you very much.

China Coronavirus – not served with frozen shrimp of course…

News out of China on banning trade in wildlife

How will this affect shrimp industry? Prawnmaster spies China market growth with frozen proven safe farmed shrimp as opposed to wild wet exotic but locally found animal species.

In China crayfish give shrimp serious market consumption.

Yes and these Chinese crayfish are local, exotic, wild caught freshwater crayfish.

Are they in on ban?

China is biggest global producer and exporter of crayfish – all from wild.

Wuhan is centre of the crayfish business. So if now wild animals are banned does that stretch to procamus clarkii?

And, if it does, how will crayfish exports and consumption be affected? Good for marine shrimp?

As for if shrimp are safe or not – anything once frozen is better than wet.

Just cook well, wash hands. Basic HACCP.

More pertinent is are Wuhan/Chinese crayfish safe to eat or potential vector?

Useful in the Nile in Egypt though according to WHO.

But what about….your whole raw Chinese crayfish in Sweden?

Your rte Chinese crayfish and rocket salad in Europe, sandwich outlets?

What exactly is the species list of wild exotic species in China as we now are seeing the regulatory issues.

Drip into Prawn – Tightening of regulation in the US and EU markets has severely impacted Indian shrimp exports…..

For the better it seems – now that India just posted record exports to USA.

Trade finance companies of course have their place in the industry but worlds away from shrimp farmers.

Tightening of regulation should be considered more an implementation of regulations. Food safety and quality is important.

Indian exporters/farmers have had their antibiotics problems.

Replace fishmeal in prawn industry – Try A Solar Umbrella for algae harvesting…..

Not just for polluted wastewater but harnessing low energy forward osmosis for algal concentration and harvesting…

Replace fishmeal in shrimp industry.

The Bad Cost Tracking industry…. looks like a challenge for Axa & Spheric Research………

The shrimp industry, the most valuable species within aquaculture measured by global revenue, is effectively un-insurable because of dubious farming methods and high levels of disease?

OMG – what are the markets doing about this ? Dubious farming methods? Mark & Spencers UK? Sainsbury’s? Walmart? What – is BAP/GAA certified not insurable? What about ASC. High levels of disease….help AMR – antimicrobial resistance.

What about insurance post harvest – cold chain, discovery of antibiotics in meat, recalls on food safety?

I don’t think this reporting reflects reality and shows how out of touch insurance and bankers are from industry.

Shrimp industry is high risk high reward – so not really AXA territory – and effectively is managed as self-insured.

High levels of potential for disease – maybe, but manageable with simple good husbandry.

Its not about dubious farming methods – certifiable to anything is possible in the industry.

Transparency has been available for decades with preferred suppliers. Of course the cheap stuff could be iffy – cowboys in industry,