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 A shrimp boat trawls the waters of the Mississippi Sound south of Gulfport. A new report shows that imported shrimp not fit to eat is being turned away from the United States. American Shrimp Processors Association, based in Biloxi, is encouraging consumers to question what is in their seafood and buy domestic shrimp.
JOHN FITZHUGH/SUN HERALD/FILE A shrimp boat trawls the waters of the Mississippi Sound south of Gulfport. A new report shows that imported shrimp not fit to eat is being turned away from the United States. American Shrimp Processors Association, based in Biloxi, is encouraging consumers to question what is in their seafood and buy domestic shrimp. JOHN FITZHUGH SUN HERALD
JOHN FITZHUGH/SUN HERALD/FILE A shrimp boat trawls the waters of the Mississippi Sound south of Gulfport. A new report shows that imported shrimp not fit to eat is being turned away from the United States. American Shrimp Processors Association, based in Biloxi, is encouraging consumers to question what is in their seafood and buy domestic shrimp. JOHN FITZHUGH SUN HERALD