Just Say No to Antibiotic-Infused Shrimp

Posted by: Wood's Fisheries on 09/10/2013

The Woods have been fishing in the sleepy Gulf coast town of Port St. Joe, Florida since 1860, and we have always been committed to providing the healthiest, freshest shrimp the Gulf can produce. 

Along with that committment comes a fierce dedication to ensuring our shrimp are not touched by harmful chemicals or unnecessary antibiotics. This makes us a bit of an anomaly in today's shrimping industry, where the use of antibiotics is the norm for our overseas competitors.

Our hard line on the health and freshness of our shrimp caught the notice of the widely read Huffington post, and they published a story on our fishery which we are extremely proud of. You can read the entire article here. Have a look, then give us a call.

 

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