Although Price Chopper offers both farm-raised and wild-caught shrimp throughout its 110 stores, 95% of the chain's shoppers buy farm-raised -- a preference that Richard Carwowski, seafood specialist for the chain, attributed to the product's consistency, as well as the variety of ways it is prepared by seafood producers. "The temperature at shrimp farms is suitable for growing quality shrimp, and a controlled environment means healthier shrimp," Carwowski said. "Farm-raised shrimp is also ...

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