Coldwater shrimp

Coldwater shrimp are small, delicately flavored shellfish that live in the northern Atlantic, Pacific and Arctic oceans. They are three to four inches in length and reddish-pink in color. Also known as Northern or pink shrimp, coldwater shrimps are usually of higher quality compared to warm water shrimps. The world's total catch of coldwater shrimp has been increasing in recent years. The major producers of coldwater shrimp include Canada, Iceland, Greenland and Norway. Shrimp is an excellent source of selenium and low-fat, low-calorie protein and vitamin B12. It also contains a good amount ..

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