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Australians Check Out Shrimp Farming

 
Hosted by the Royal Thai Government Department of Agriculture, a delegation of ten Australians associated with the seafood industry recently participated in an intensive eight-day, fact-finding tour of Thailand’s shrimp farming industry.
 
The delegation was led by Seafood Australia’s (which sets seafood standards in Australia) Norm Grant and included seafood buyers from three of Australia’s largest food wholesalers and importers.  Grant introduced the delegation to more than 20 industry and government groups in Thailand for discussions on the 80% drop in shrimp trade between the two countries because of Australia’s quarantine on raw shrimp, introduced in September 2007.  Grant said: “The subsequent inconsistency in supply and all the negative press on imported shrimp in recent years has killed demand right across the category.  Australia was potentially a shrimp market of 50,000 tons a year, but now it can’t handle a fraction of that.  The price of processed uncooked shrimp has doubled due to extreme shortages and we estimate lost sales by local food service and retail businesses are on the order of $270 million annually.”
 
In a recent twist, local shrimp producers who sent product to China for processing and repackaging are now having problems reimporting it.
 
Source: Austasia Aquaculture.  Tim Walker, Editor-in-Chief (AustasiaAquaculture@netspace.net.au).  Aussi Trade Delegation Scrutinizes Thai Prawn Safeguards.  Dos O’Sullivan.  Volume 22, Number 3, Page 46, September 2008.
 
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