What makes Ecuadorian shrimp so good?

What makes Ecuadorian shrimp so good?

While all producers are raising the same crustacean; specific breeding, farming and cultivating methods vary widely from continent to continent. These make a big difference in the taste, texture, and environmental impact of each shrimp.

Prime Shrimp Is A Thing To Adore

Along with a great local brewery and a brand new exhibit at the Historic New Orleans Collection, Prime Shrimp cook-in-bag is on the radar of Adore Magazine, a fashion, home design and dining magazine produced...

Our Promise To You

If you love eating shrimp but don't particularly like cooking it at home - you're not alone! Much of the frozen shrimp available in retail grocery and big box stores is raised and processed 8,000 miles...

A History of Aquaculture

Aquaculture, also known as fish farming, is the cultivation of aquatic organisms such as fish, mollusks, crustaceans, and seaweed. The practice of aquaculture dates back to ancient civilizations such as the Chinese, Greeks, and Romans,...

Prime Shrimp on Good Things

Last week, we joined author and dietician Rebecca Turner on her SuperTalkFM show Good Things. It was a great opportunity to talk about the history of our company and the Prime Shrimp project, discuss what makes our Cook-In-Bag product...

The Importance of Uniformity

Prime Shrimp uses proprietary Smart sorting technology to make sure the shrimp we put in each pouch are almost exactly the same size. This is one of the secrets to how our cook method delivers...

Why Is Aquaculture Important?

What Is Aquaculture? Aquaculture is the cultivation and production of aquatic animals and plants for consumption. Acting as agriculture’s futuristic cousin, aquaculture is extremely valuable for maintaining and servicing an ever-growing demand for seafood around...

Shrimp: Protein Powerhouse

Americans eat more shrimp than any other seafood, and for good reason. Shrimp has an abundance of nutritional benefits, and unlike frequently consumed proteins such as red meat and chicken, the FDA actually encourages Americans...

Can You Be Sure Your Shrimp is Antibiotic-Free?

Shrimp imports into the U.S. now total over one billion pounds per year as farm-raised shrimp consumption continue to grow in all parts of the country. However, concerns from global health organizations remain over the use of antibiotics...

What Is Sous Vide?

This high quality method of cooking originates in France, where "sous vide" translates to "under vacuum". Typically, a cut of meat is seasoned and sealed in a vacuum bag, then placed in a temperature-controlled water bath....

What makes Ecuadorian shrimp so good?

The majority of shrimp consumed in the US is farm raised. And the majority of farm-raised shrimp is litopenaeus vannamei, a species also know as Pacific white shrimp but one that can be grown in almost...