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Why change is imperative


Ecological impact
of current shrimp supply

Wild-caught shrimping devastates ocean floors and emits CO2 on par with global air travel. But the alternative, traditional shrimp farming, isn't much better. Each farm pollutes on an urban scale and obliterates our planet's most efficient carbon capture system: mangrove forests.

Unraveling the hidden truth about your shrimp

Consumers are often in the dark about their shrimp.


Did you know it could be frozen for up to 5 years, or that 95% of it is imported? The The downsides don't stop there - some shrimp carry up to100x the FDA's safe limit for allergenic preservatives and are rife with antibiotics. The choices seem bleak: low-quality farmed shrimp or destructive wild caught.

The harsh reality of wild shrimp fishing

Wild shrimp fishing poses a significant threat to marine ecosystems.

In our quest for shrimp, large nets scrape the ocean floor, indiscriminately ensnaring and killing 6-9 pounds of marine life for every pound of shrimp caught. This practice leads to a tragic loss of biodiversity, including the unintended capture of turtles, eels, and seahorses.


Transforming global food dynamics with sustainable shrimp protein


Our sustainable solution

Our approach to shrimp farming is a game-changer, addressing these environmental concerns head-on

Live Shimp USA

Traditional farms yield just 4 tons of shrimp per hectare, while our innovative methods enable us to produce an astounding 75 tons – making Shrimpbox 1800% more efficient.

Production Efficiency:

We require only 150 square meters to produce one ton of shrimp, compared to 2500 square meters in traditional farming. This 94% reduction in land usage underscores our commitment to sustainability.

Reduced Land Usage:

Our shrimp are raised without antibiotics, preservatives, or chemicals, ensuring you enjoy the natural freshness and quality you deserve.

No Harmful Additives:

Our eco-friendly farming methods significantly reduce habitat destruction and bycatch, helping preserve our oceans' fragile ecosystems.

Protecting Marine Ecosystems:

Sustaintable Shimp Farming

We're not just farming shrimp; we're pioneering a movement towards sustainable, responsible aquaculture. By choosing our shrimp, you're partaking in a journey to protect our oceans and enjoy a truly superior product.

The impact extends beyond the immediate bycatch. These trawling nets destroy 6 million km² of seabed each year – an area two-thirds the size of the United States. As they rip through the ocean floor, precious habitats like coral reefs, which take years to regenerate, are decimated.

The Environmental Cost of Traditional Shrimp Farming

Traditional Recirculating Aquaculture System (RAS) shrimp farming is not without its faults. These methods consume vast amounts of freshwater, intensifying global water scarcity concerns. They also require significant energy inputs and produce large volumes of waste, posing further environmental challenges.

Polution Shimp Farms
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