Charoen Pokphand Group is considering different locations including Florida and other sites less prone to hurricanes.
March 6, 2020
Charoen Pokphand Group is considering setting up a new shrimp farm in the U.S. The company is considering different locations including Florida and other sites less prone to hurricanes, according to Bloomberg.
As much as 95% of seafood consumed in the U.S. is imported and the Trump administration has prioritized the expansion of U.S. aquaculture to reduce deficits.
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