Another new CEO, 'severe' disease issues and stomach-churning costs: It's been a turbulent year for the Nissui-backed company behind the world's largest shrimp farm

Project Sea Dragon is on hold. But a new review might chart a fresh course.

Seafarms announced it successfully produced the fourth generation of black tiger shrimp that continue to test negative to specific pathogens.
Seafarms announced it successfully produced the fourth generation of black tiger shrimp that continue to test negative to specific pathogens.Photo: Project Sea Dragon
Published 29 November 2022, 08:30Updated 30 November 2022, 08:49