Honduran shrimp producers are expecting to see flat production in 2021, after harvesting their highest yield in 10 years.

Production last year came in at 104.6 million pounds, a near 12 percent increase over 2019, when production totaled 93.6 million pounds.

Figures for 2020 are all the more impressive because the Central American nation had to contend not only with the COVID-19 pandemic, but also fallout from devastating hurricanes Eta and Iota, which left more than 150,000 people homeless in November.