Tiger shrimp, headless, fresh-frozen 6-8 (1 kg)

Size Qty Price
6-8 790.00 ₴

Black tiger shrimp in crystal thin glaze is an excellent choice among a huge variety of seafood.

And if you still have any doubts, we recommend choosing this deliciously tender, elastic and naturally fragrant shrimp. Its taste is more neutral compared to king prawns, which makes it a versatile ingredient. While heated it is transformed into a delicate pink juicy delicacy, which can convert every dish into a culinary masterpiece. 

Tiger shrimp is a perfect creation of nature, and it got its name thanks to the stripes on the back, which can be seen even after exposure to temperatures. Most species of tiger shrimp are a successful result of aquaculture and are grown in an artificial environment, but some are still caught in the wild. The largest producers of tiger shrimps are located in East Asia, as well as in North and South America. Such shrimps are quite large from 22-27 centimeters, for which they are loved by true admirers of seafood. It is a known fact that one such individual can reach an incredible weight of 620 grams, which makes the tiger shrimp the largest among its category of crustaceans.  

The benefit of a tiger shrimp

Black tiger shrimp is an excellent dietary product. It contains natural easily digestible protein, which is perfectly absorbed by the walls of our stomach. This is a perfect product for those who want to lose a few unwanted pounds.

Shrimps contain not only healthy iodine, potassium, phosphorus, iron, zinc, selenium, omega-3, but also , which help the smooth absorption of microelements and improve metabolism. This universal sea delicacy will also help to enhance blood circulation, strengthen blood vessels, improve vision and restore the nervous system. It combines everything necessary for a good mood: perfect taste and health benefits.

In addition, tiger shrimps are an excellent source of youth because of their ability to slow down the aging process of the body, which was noticed by many Asian people, who have the shrimp as a common and ordinary ingredient of their diet. So why don’t we take advantage of the successful experience of Oriental countries?

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