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Argentine Shrimp (2 lb.)

Argentine Shrimp (2 lb.)

Regular price $40.00
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About this Shrimp

Our Argentine Shrimp is wild-caught in the Atlantic Ocean through sustainable and environmentally conscious practices. Argentine Shrimp are known for their sweet, robust flavor and firm texture, distinguishing them from other varieties. These shrimp are naturally red even before cooking and are larger than average, making them an excellent choice for grilling, sautéing, or incorporating into hearty dishes like paellas and stews.

Cooking Method: Can be grilled or sautéed. Marinate if desired, then cook on high heat quickly, about 2-3 minutes per side, until pink and opaque.

Recommended Temperature: 145°F (63°C)

Wild Caught Shrimp

Wild-caught shrimp offers a range of benefits that make it an excellent choice for consumers seeking delicious, sustainable seafood. We take pride in providing a selection of premium wild-caught shrimp sourced from responsibly managed fisheries. This shrimp is caught in its natural environment, contributing to a distinct flavor and texture that reflects its diet and habitat. Our suppliers use environmentally friendly fishing methods, minimizing bycatch and preserving marine ecosystems, ensuring sustainable stocks for future generations. Choosing wild-caught shrimp from our collection supports healthier oceans, promotes responsible fishing practices, and brings a fresh, authentic taste to your table.

Sustainable Fishing

We are committed to sourcing our shrimp in a sustainable manner, ensuring a positive impact on the environment, human rights, and the well-being of fishers. Our suppliers employ responsible fishing practices that protect marine ecosystems, maintain healthy fish stocks, and minimize bycatch. We also prioritize fair treatment for the people involved in the supply chain, working with fisheries that uphold ethical labor standards. Our suppliers follow standards set by several organizations such as the Sustainable Development Goals set by the United Nations, the Global Sustainable Seafood Initiative (GSSI), and the Global Dialogue on Seafood Traceability (GDST).

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