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How many kg is a small prawn?

Asked: Veronica Smith, Last Updated:

Grades

SizeGrade/lbExpect to receive**
LargeU1010 or fewer prawns per pound or <22 prawns per kilogram
Medium-Large10/1510 to 15 prawns per pound or 23 to 33 prawns per kilogram
Medium16/2016 to 20 prawns per pound or 34 to 44 prawns per kilogram
Small21/3021 to 30 prawns per pound or 45 to 55 prawns per kilogram

FAQ

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