BOSTON — A deadly disease ravaging farmed shrimp in China, Vietnam, Malaysia and Thailand could impact global shrimp availability and prices, according to panelists at an educational session on aquaculture at the International Boston Seafood Show last month. “It’s become a very serious problem. A multi-billion-dollar problem,” said George Chamberlain, president of the Global Aquaculture Alliance, speaking about the cost to the shrimp farms in Southeast ...

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