How come Sun Shrimp have such a nice red color when they are cooked?
Many customers comment that when they cook Sun Shrimp for the first time, that the shrimp have such a deep red color when cooked. They rightfully ask why? One of the main reasons our Sun Shrimp have such a nice deep red color is because we provide them a huge amount of algae, and encourage the establishment of biofloc - water teeming with all kinds of organisms - in our tanks. The shrimp are able to consume the algae and biofloc and these sources are where they get many of the nutrients required for optimum health and nice deep red...
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Water from an ancient aquifer makes Sun Shrimp truly special.
Sun Shrimp are grown in some of the cleanest unspoiled, uncontaminated waters found on our planet today. By using a clean, sustainable source, we are able to produce some of the cleanest, wholesome and delicious shrimp in America.
What to do with all the shrimp heads?
American consumers prefer de-headed and cleaned shrimp. This leaves us with many heads, which represents nearly 50% of the whole shrimp! Thousands of pounds that we need to get rid of. We have discovered that Sun Shrimp heads are one of the best baits around for our local crab fishermen.