Most of the shrimp for sale in the U.S. now-a-daze are farm raised, instead of wild caught, in large fish farms in Central America or Asia. In some countries, they are fed antibiotics that are banned in the U.S.;-(You always tell it like it is, and know what you're talking about, C.J. I admire and respect that in your comments, very much!http://www.sneadsferrynorthcarolina.com/images/SuspiciousShr...I only buy my shrimp at the seafood stalls in Westwego (See; http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C5YjR6XDFGI ) during the season. I know that they are fresh and I get them at a great price.;-)I'm envious!!Bob
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