Chinese Shrimp Market Looks More Promising During the October’s Festivals
After depression earlier this year, the Chinese shrimp market has finally started hustling again in the recent National Day and Mid-Autumn Festival. Large domestic shrimp are seemingly the biggest winner, though the situation is also bettering for small, mid-sized as well as imported ones during the holiday shopping.
According to one Guangxi farmer, prices of some large shrimp have even set a new record compared with previous festival data. Those at the size of 27 shrimp/jin (1 jin=0.5 kilo) were sold at 36 yuan/jin...
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