90% of shrimp consumed in America is imported – mostly likely from Eastern Asia or Central America. Many of these industrial shrimp farms are detrimental to the environment, especially Mangrove forests.
It has been reported that 80-90% of the shrimps served at restaurants come from shrimp farms overseas. The leading shrimp-producing nations include China, Thailand, Vietnam, Brazil, Mexico, and Ecuador. Most restaurants get them overseas since the cost is much cheaper than getting them here in the US.
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