San Antonio Express-News Publishes an Article About NaturalShrimp

The San Antonio Express-News recently toured the NaturalShrimp pilot production facility. The resulting article appeared in the Business Section of the August 12, 2018 Sunday Express-News newspaper. See the referenced article here. 

U.S. Seafood Import Monitoring Program to Include Shrimp and Abalone

By December 31, 2018, it will be mandatory for foreign shrimp products to be accompanied by harvest and landing data for shrimp and abalone imports entering the U.S. Read the full article here.

NaturalShrimp is Using its Enhanced Technology System to Raise Shrimp

After a successful installation of its enhanced technology system, NaturalShrimp began stocking shrimp at its high density indoor production facility in early July. The video below shows the recently stocked Postlarvae (PL) shrimp and how we expect to see them when they reach harvest size.

NaturalShrimp, Inc. Moves Forward on Installation of Enhanced Technology System

NaturalShrimp, Inc., a global, eco-friendly producer of fresh, gourmet-grade, Pacific White Shrimp, grown in technologically unique, indoor recirculating saltwater facilities, announced that the Company is installing an enhanced version of its patent pending, vibrio suppression technology system at the La Coste, TX production facility. Read the entire article here.

Growing global population calls for better food production technology

See the article here published in Hacker Noon.

Harbinger Research Provides Updated Report on NaturalShrimp, Inc.

Find the report here that indicates a strong speculative buy rating and a 12 to 24-month price target of $2.16 per share.

NaturalShrimp, Inc. Disruptive To Entire Industry

The article located here is independent analysis of NaturalShrimp from the Market Equities Research Group.  

Increase In Antibiotic-Resistant Bacteria

Recent studies showed, however, that overuse of antibiotics in aquaculture and livestock production to treat diseases and promote growth is causing the population of antibiotic-resistant bacteria to quickly rise and spread throughout the food chain. Read the article from Mogul here.

U.S. Demand Is Driving Indoor Shrimp Production

Offshore shrimp farming is no longer a viable or sustainable option for harvesting the popular seafood, due to water pollution, global warming, increasing costs and decreasing yields Read the article from Hubpages here.

Patent Pending Vibrio Suppression Technology

The global demand for shrimp has never been higher. According to the Quebec Daily Examiner, it is currently the most popular seafood in the world with tuna and crab trailing behind in second and third place. Read the article from Technology.org here.