Crop failures in various foreign countries have caused shrimp prices to continue climbing upward. al conditions, have occurred in several areas, including China, Thailand, Ecuador, Indonesia and the Philippines. White shrimp prices have been hitting record levels, according to a July 15 report from the Minneapolis Grain Exchange, which began trading white shrimp in July 1993. For example, the average futures price per pound of Ecuadoran whites 51- to 60-count size was $4.22 per pound for ...
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