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Our wild blue shrimp are the only Fair Trade certified shrimp in the world. The fishery occurs in the coastal lagoons and lower reaches of estuaries in central Sinaloa State in Mexico. Caught using day-boats called pangas - small vessels using an artisanal technique that uses the wind and tide to drift a highly selective net called suripera. This technique has the lowest bycatch and fuel consumption per pound in the world. They are all natural and chemical free. Our wild blue shrimp are headless raw tails that have been deveined by hand and the back of the shell has been cut down it’s length to make them easy to peel. They are packed 21 to 25 shrimp per bag.
Wild blue shrimp when cooked will have a firm texture and succulent flavour. Take out the required amount of shrimp you need for your recipe and place in a bowl, then thaw in the refrigerator overnight for best results. Highly versatile, these blue shrimp can be pan fried, stir fried, boiled, grilled, baked, sauteed, poached or battered and fried - but don’t walk away from the stove. It only takes a few minutes for the shrimp to start turning pinkish and curling up into a C shape. And when that happens, they're just about done. For a kid friendly meal option check out our Awesome Shrimp Burgers.
These shrimps were excellent. Beautifully fresh and easy to deshell and use in recipes. I love that I know my seafood is sustainably sourced and wild-caught. Make yourself some shrimp skewers or use in a stir fry!
My husband really likes these shrimps, since for him, coming from Venezuela and used to the Caribbean tasteful seafood, these are the closest ones to that flavour that he can get here. Thanks for keep bringing this excellent product from México.
Glad we could give your family a bit of a "taste of home" Verónica! ;)
These shrimp were so yummy and I would definitely buy them again.
Oooh that dish looks so good Carla! Thanks for sharing.
|Common Name||Latin Name||Production Method||Harvest Method||Country of Origin||FAO Region||Processing Country||Sustainability Ratings|
|Blue Shrimp||Litopenaeus stylirostris||Wild||Suripera||Mexico||FAO 77||Mexico||FTC, FIP, SWGA|