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Does raw shrimp have parasites?

Asked: Halászati Kutató Központ, Last Updated:

There are cultures in which raw shrimp is considered a delicacy. However, food scientists do not recommend eating raw shrimp because of the risk of food poisoning. Shrimp can carry bacteria, viruses, and parasites.

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