Seabob is a small-sized white shrimp with a sweet taste. The shrimp are caught by vessels along the shores of Suriname – the first-ever MSC certified tropical shrimp fishery.
The Seabob shrimp have a delicate texture which makes them particularly suitable for marinating or in combination with sauces because they absorb flavors very well.
Ocean Ketch/Fresh Brand PUD Shrimp
X. kroyeri lives in the western Atlantic Ocean from North Carolina to Santa Catarina state, Brazil. It is the most important commercial prawn in parts of the United States from Pensacola (in the Florida Panhandle) to Texas, and in the Guianas. In other areas, such as Mexico, Nicaragua, Honduras and Trinidad, the fishing effort is only locally intensive. In the years 2000–2007, the annual catch was greater than 40,000 tonnes (88,000,000 lb).
Xiphopenaeus kroyeri, commonly called the Atlantic seabob, is a commercially important prawn. It is up to 140 mm (5.5 in) long and is the most intensely fished prawn species in the Guianas and along much of the Gulf Coast of the United States.
Adults grow to 70–140 millimetres (2.8–5.5 in) long, with males only reaching 115 mm (4.5 in). The rostrum has five teeth near the base, but is smooth along the tip, which is greatly elongated and often curves upwards to varying degrees.
Our Ocean Ketch/Fresh brand shrimp has developed a good reputation for weight, count, and consistency.
Guyana PUD Shrimp
graded: 110-130, 130-150, 150-200, 200-300, 300-500, 150/up
- 10 x 5 lb block frozen
- 50 lb master carton
- chemical free
- ocean caught
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