Shrimp prices likely to rise

06/15/2010 | Salt Lake Tribune (Utah), The

With shrimp production from the Gulf of Mexico down to just 30%, experts say consumers can expect to see an increase in the price of the nation's No. 1 seafood. Seafood dealers have been able to cope with the shortage of shrimp from the Gulf by buying from shrimp markets in Asia and South America, but they say global prices are higher because of other shortages worldwide.

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