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Are there wild-caught shrimp?

Asked: Corey Spence, Date Created:

Wild shrimp are caught in their natural habitats by fishermen. Farmed shrimp are raised on a shrimp farm. The name alone suggests to many consumers that wild products are more natural, and thus more healthy than their farmed counterpart.

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