Prawnmaster promotes perfect pack prime processed prawn protein preppers product….

US shrimp imports remained high in February despite coronavirus spread

Frozen healthy food safe protein source.

Robots to the Rescue: How They Can Help During Coronavirus (and Future Pandemics)

Shrimp processing not immune.

More automation in food systems. Less human manipulation.

Prawnmaster – 12 months on and a shrimp blog a day……April Fools Day.

A slight change in tactic.

Going forward posts will not be published daily, although totally possible, until normality is returned to the planet.

Instead prawn posts on newsworthy items will be uploaded on an “as and when” basis – trying to avoid this Coronavirus social news media bias…

Of course… since nothing can be discussed without including pandemic scenarios a higher post interval rate might be incurred.

That written ! Prawnmaster will be uploading a daily photo from the past – with an explanation and perhaps a link to new music listened to at that time…..

Rabobank: Farmed shrimp will be one of hardest hit sectors by coronavirus….but hey, we also got trade data wrong in 2019 by a big margin…

Shrimp are recommended as part of diet against Coronavirus.

EU banks analysts please try to be more positive on tropical marine shrimp industry please. News Media a bit more responsible.

Nice graphs and statistics….but change the will to could please

Shrimp part of the rescue package against Coronavirus – 1,500 Americans die daily from poor diet…..

Here is an interesting opinion piece…

Labelling and marketing shrimp….pond and lab cell farmed.

A shrimp has also the right to know life. It has a head and eyes. At least in most consumer markets – unless highly processed – shrimp have heads.

Growing cells and calling the meat produced shrimp is not correct.

This is about labelling, marketing and clear information for consumer knowledge.

Sykes CEO grateful for retail strength of Klaas Puul in coronavirus foodservice crash….plus a dollop of business continuity to level the ship..

Being part of the team with Lyons Seafoods that obtained first ever business continuity in a UK food company – BS25999 (Now ISO 22301 & 22313) – we did play many what/if scenarios. Including pandemics, market and supply chain ruptures. 300+ business disruption plans. 2008

Standard practice 14 years on?