For more than ten years, the Southern Shrimp Alliance has been addressing the various issues that threaten the livelihood of the people and communities that depend on a healthy, vibrant U.S. shrimp industry. We invite you to learn more about the ongoing struggles facing one of the most economically important fisheries in the United States and the proposed solutions sought by the Southern Shrimp Alliance.
With a growing, world-wide awareness of the cost-cutting measures used in producing farm-raised shrimp abroad, SSA has compiled links to government food safety import alerts/rejection lists in the United States, Canada, European Union, Japan, Switzerland and Australia.
Finally, we provide links to other websites that may be useful.
- August 18, 2015 Updated CFVS Mandatory Exam Letter to Fishing Industry Vessel Owners and Operators
- Despite Strong Production in Texas in July, Gulf Shrimp Landings Remain Low While Dockside Prices Fall
- North Carolina Company Sentenced for Mislabeling Imported, Farm-Raised Shrimp as Wild-Caught Domestic Shrimp