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Prawn, Tiger, prawns

Panaeus monodon

Prawns are usually sold peeled, cooked and frozen or whole. Pop them in a curry or sling them on a salad. Their tails are used in traditional prawn cocktails - cocked over the side of the glass. The tiger prawn belongs to the largest of Read more

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Method of production — Farmed
Production country — Global
Production method — Pond system, organic certification
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Production country — SE Asia, Vietnam, Indonesia, Bangladesh
Production method — Zero input system
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Production country — Madagascar
Production method — Pond system, semi intensive
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Production country — Global
Production method — Pond system, GlobalGAP certified
Certification — GlobalGap
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Method of production — Farmed
Production country — Global
Production method — Pond system, GAA BAP certification
Certification — Global Aquaculture Aquaculture Alliance (GAA) Best Aquaculture Practice (BAP) 2*3*4*
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Method of production — Farmed
Production country — Global
Production method — All (ASC)
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Method of production — Farmed
Production country — SE Asia, Vietnam, Indonesia, India, Bangladesh, Malaysia
Production method — Pond system
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