Frozen Shrimp

Wild-Caught Gulf Shrimp Benefits

Our water-men recently fished the Gulf of Mexico for White Shrimp with their large size, tender texture and mild flavor. Feeding on small fish, algae, plant particles and plankton, these crustaceans offer about 23 grams of protein per a 4 oz. serving.  High values of B12, omega-3’s and selenium award shrimp as a heart and brain friendly food. B12 enhances blood and nerve health; selenium wards against free radicals that cause premature aging; and omega-3’s improve eye health.  Set your worries aside since wild-caught shrimp avoids "farm-raised shrimp" cancerous antibiotics.

Our Selection

For your recipe choices, our crew grades our Gulf Wild-Shrimp in four distinct sizes: 21-30 ct., 16-20 ct., 26-30 ct. with shell-on and head off or peeled & deveined with head and tails off. These counts estimate a pound weight to represent the shrimp amount.  For example, when terming "16-20" count shrimp, sixteen to twenty pieces of shrimp tip the scale at a pound.  You may want the shell-on for grilling purposes.  Shells protect from overcooking and maintain the distinct flavors.  Conversely, peeled and deveined gives the diner an easy, quick eating experience and offers a “cleaner” succulent, buttery-sweet meat with the gritty translucent tract removal.


Shrimp’s popularity has taken a viral trend in the last decade with recipes like Lemon Garlic Butter Shrimp, BBQ Shrimp Skewers, Grilled Garlic and Herb Shrimp, Shrimp Stir Fry & Noodles, and Honey Walnut Shrimp.  Carefully select a recipe that fits your own passion for this USA pride seafood and decide on a pound, 5 pounds or 10-pound quantity.  Our water-men recently netted a tremendous catch and want to share the joy in your kitchen!

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