Vannamei

HOSO SEMI IQF 10CX1.4KG, Ecuador origin, Color A3 HOSO IQF 6CX1.5KG, Ecuador origin, Color A3 30-40 40-50 50-60 60-70 白蝦

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Salma origin Norway

Almost all salmon eaten in Norway - or in the rest of the world for that matter - is farmed salmon. Since the outset 40 years ago, Norway has become the largest salmon producer in the world, with an annual export equivalent to 14 million portions - every day! Norwegian ocean-farmed salmon are raised in pens in the cold, clear waters of Norway. Each year, the Norwegian Food Safety Authority takes around 12,000 fish from Norwegian fish farms to be analysed by NIFES for a large number of undesirable and banned substances. The institute has established four modern laboratories and is a national reference laboratory for a number of analysis methods. To prevent overcrowding and ensure sufficient swimming space, ocean net pens contain 2.5% fish to 97.5% water. Salmon are given the time, space and opportunity to fully mature. (挪威鮭魚)

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Whiteleg shrimp (Litopenaeus vannamei, formerly Penaeus vannamei)

It also called Whiteleg shrimp (Litopenaeus vannamei, formerly Penaeus vannamei), also known as Pacific white shrimp or King prawn, is a variety of prawn of the eastern Pacific Ocean commonly caught or farmed for food. Vannamei shrimp have a sweet taste and a firm structure, and are a rich source of protein. They are grayish white and turn pink when cooked The main producer countries of Penaeus vannamei are: China, Thailand, Indonesia, Brazil, Ecuador, Mexico, Venezuela, Viet Nam, India, Philippines.  (印度白蝦)

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The king crab

The king crab is native to the Bering Sea, Adult crabs are found usually more than 200 m down on the sand and muddy areas in the substrate. They migrate in the winter/ early spring to shallower depths for mating, but most of their lives are spent in the deep waters where they feed. The red king crab is the largest species of king crab. Red king crabs can reach a carapace width of up to 28 cm (11 in), a leg span of 1.8 m (5.9 ft), and a weight of 12.7 kg (28 lb). Males grow larger than females. Today red king crabs infrequently surpass 17 cm (7 in) in carapace width and the average male landed in the Bering Sea weighs 2.9 kg (6.4 lb). It was named after the color it turns when it is cooked rather than the color of a living animal, which tends to be more burgundy. The species is protected by diplomatic accords between Norway and Russia, and a bilateral fishing commission decides how to manage the stocks and imposes fishing quotas. West of the North Cape on Norway's northern tip, Norway is allowed to manage its crab population itself. Only 259 Norwegian fishermen are allowed to catch it, and they see the king crab as a blessing, as it is an expensive delicacy. (挪威帝王蟹)(白令海帝王蟹)

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Brown Crab

Brown Crab is the most common crab in Norway. It can be found on the northeastern Atlantic coasts and in the North Sea, all the way up to Finnmark. During winter, it often goes to deeper waters to avoid the cold surface. It thrives on hard bottoms, but the mature female moves into sandy bottom areas to spawn. Crabs reach sexual maturity after about 7 years. In order to grow, they have to moult (shed their shell) repeatedly. Sexually mature crabs moult in the autumn and immediately after a female has moulted, mating takes place. Female crabs store the sperm for over a year and the eggs are then fertilized the following autumn. They keep the eggs under their "tail" for around 8 months before the eggs hatch. While the eggs develop they lie partly buried in the sand and to prepare themselves for this period, the females feed up on nutritious foods. Mature crabs moult every three or four years, however they can produce roe two or three times without moulting. Crab larvae float freely in the water for about 2 months, moulting 7 times. When they settle, they are around 2.5 millimetres long. A year later they have changed shells several times and are 1.5 centimetres long (挪威棕蟹)

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