The global shrimp industry is a protein powerhouse.
With a market estimated to currently be worth more than $30 billion (€30.2 billion), it is one of the most traded food products in the world, and as the need for affordable protein increases the shrimp market is expected to grow.
The production industry, however, is still for the most part incredibly fragmented, with farms across Asia and South America still blighted by a lack of data and a consolidated approach to a sustainable future.
But things are changing.
And to keep you up-to-date with this change, IntraFish is launching a dedicated new weekly shrimp newsletter.
Our ramped up shrimp coverage will give you expert information on developments across the sector's companies, markets, technology, feed and financing, helping guide your business to make decisions on how you source, produce or invest in this burgeoning food production industry.
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