The average lifespan for shrimp is one to five years. Some shrimp may live as long as six-and-a-half years.
Canadian coldwater shrimps: natural, tasty and healthy.
Colour and taste
Cooked Coldwater Shrimp is pink-red in colour, the flesh of which has firm texture with a unique light-sweet taste.
The Coldwater Shrimps are cooked for between 3 min 25 sec and 3 min 40 sec, after which they are actually edible.
Ready to eat
Coldwater Shrimp is cooked and frozen to at least at sea, which can keep freshness and quality of the product, so it is ready to eat after being defrosted.
Living in these cold-water oceans, shrimp grows slowly. The flesh of Coldwater Shrimp has naturally firm texture, and its size is also relatively small comparing to warm-water shrimps.
Coldwater Shrimp is cooked and frozen at sea within minutes of capture, which can keep freshness and quality of Coldwater Shrimp at its maximum.
Coldwater Shrimps are caught in wild nature that develops unique taste, texture and health benefits of this product.
Wild nature and cold pollution-free ocean develop unique nutrition, texture and taste of the product
Sorting, cooking, freezing and packaging are conducted at sea under strict quality control standards, within minutes of harvest
Canadian Coldwater Shrimps
have unique taste, texture, health and beauty benefits and an assured product safety from icy northern waters and the most modern environment-friendly harvesting and processing technologies