Is the New Meat Any Better Than the Old Meat? – The New York Times

Shrimp is not part of the equation and not included in this article.

I mean why would they be?

No-one says oooh shrimp let’s look for an alternative.

I mean after all why would you?

If you are vegan or vegetarian there are plenty of option out there that are not related to the PRAWN.


Protein Scorecard – low impact shrimp…yo!

Therefore, we felt comfortable overall listing “fish” on the scorecard as relatively on par with other lower-impact animal-based proteins on (eggs, poultry, pork).

……and we know shrimp aquaculture is on a par or even less impact than tilapia…

BBC News – Plant-based diet can fight climate change – UN

So where does aquaculture sit in all this?

Specifically shrimp is an obvious good choice. Plankton, grown in majority of shrimp ponds, absorb carbon.

Can shrimp protein also help fight climate change….or, at very least, have a positive positioning relative to other proteins out there.

Solar Foods makes protein out of thin air: ‘This is the most environmentally friendly food there is’

Sounds like bacterial floc derivative.

States it has complete amino acid profile – for humans? For animal feed?

Don’t think it is the most environmentally friendly food there is at all….but riding the wave.

Insects…descendants of shrimp.

….so why not just eat the shrimp?

BBC News: Shrimp – Are these the foods millennials want to eat?

Shrimp will do it….

“….under-40s want “quick-fix health products that promise added vitamins, gut health, protein, relaxation” in an “affordable pocket-sized offering.

It’s the mindset that everything has to do something else, has to be multi-functional, in this smartphone generation – and that goes for food and drink as well,”