Oishii 13/15 Raw Ez Peel Shrimp

Shrimp simplified. Free from: artificial preservatives; added hormones; phosphates; antibiotics. All natural. Shell-on. Easy peel. Frozen fresh at the source. Farm raised 13/15 count per lb. Responsibly & sustainably sourced. Species: Litopenaeus vannamei (Whiteleg shrimp). Shrimp Size and Average Serving Size Chart: Shrimp Count per Pound (Check front of bag): U/10; Average Number of Shrimp per 4 oz Serving Size: 2-3. Shrimp Count per Pound (Check Front of Bag): U/12; Average Number of Shrimp per 4 oz Serving Size: 2-3. Shrimp Count per Pound (Check front of Bag): 13/15; Average Number of Shrimp per 4 oz Serving Size: 4. Shrimp Count per Pound: 16/20; Average Number of Shrimp per 4 oz Serving Size: 4-5. Free from antibiotics. Free from phosphates. All natural chemical-free. No artificial preservatives. No added hormones. Oishii Shrimp: Oishii - delicious in Japanese. Oishii [Oh-eh-shee] shrimp are harvested through dedicated small-batch farming methods. Proprietary pond construction, cutting-edge farming techniques, and strict water quality monitoring allows us to produce a quality of shrimp that is second to none. Shrimp arrive fresh and are processed by hand immediately to preserve the quality of each and every shrimp. Shells are split for easy peeling. These unique systems produce a shrimp with superior color, texture, and flavor. Proximity Farming: Farming only minutes away allows for the freshest shrimp possible. Rapid Transportation: Aerated live transport to ensure freshness from pond to plant. Processed Fresh: Fresh hand-processing naturally preserves the color & taste. Each bag is individually coded to provide full traceability from pond to pan. Sustainable Aquaculture and Responsible Sourcing: Seafood farming, also known as aquaculture, is utilized to meet the world's seafood needs. Oishii shrimp are held to the absolute highest level of aquaculture standards that include low environment impact, social welfare of workers and safety & quality. Honest. Clean. Sustainable. The Responsible Seafood Choice: Best Aquaculture Practices Certified. www.bapcertification.org. Product of Thailand.