While the smart money is going into aquaculture one has to applaud looking for alternatives to hunted tuna.
……but you can always eat farmed shrimp as a healthy replacement to meat.
Looks like mixed species and very manual intensive. Hand select species, hand select size, hand packed.
How did the Macro prawn get in there?
Simple – stick to seafood from cultured sources to help mitigate hunting pressure on the oceans.
Read the label. Talk to your supplier.
Prawnmaster always wants to tell the prawn, the whole prawn and nothing but the prawn……
So – long ago there was a clarion call – save us, save us. Our nursery grounds are being decimated. We need domestication because humans are polluting and destroying our habitats. We need to have a backup plan for the survival of shrimp on this planet. This is your purpose.
So we turned to selecting the best candidate for domestication. Turns out is was the omnivores hardy Pacific white vannamei.
Shrimp are definitely doing better being domesticated and our offshore shrimp numbers have come back and stabilized in home coastal areas.
If this has helped deviate some of what was an impeding human over-fishing pressure on our oceans – let alone a way to avoid the pollution – then the lesser load momentum should be continued for our oceans and all species….
Yes support and applaud shrimp farming industry.
Predator & pollution free low stress shrimp aquaculture.
Using animal health to control trade.
Lowering options for Australian consumers.
Indirectly supporting local shrimp farming.