Harina Brown Shrimp
Harina shrimp scientific name Metapenaeus monoceros makes up an important portion of crustaceans and is of commercial importance throughout its range. It is also known as Speckled shrimp, Brown shrimp in English. Harina is a species of prawn in the family PENAEIDAE and Alpha Code: MPN. In Bangladesh Metapenaeus monoceros available from aquaculture and marine, both origins. Due to their low salinity preference they are commercially cultivated in the same pond with the Black shrimp in Bangladesh. It is a meaty shrimp, firmly textured and mild in flavor. Adult Harina shrimps are pale grey with dark brown spots giving them the name brown shrimp or speckled shrimp. They have red–orange antennae and basically medium-sized prawns. Metapenaeus monoceros season were found to vary with time and location and environmental factors. In Bangladesh, December–April and August–September are the two main seasons.
Harina Brown shrimp generally processing as Raw and Cooked in IQF and Block Frozen.
Process types: Headless Shell-on (HLSO), Peeled Undeveined (PUD), Peeled and Deveined (PD), Peeled and Deveined Tail-on (PDTO), Peeled Tail-on (PTO).
Available Sizes: 16/20, 21/25, 26/30, 31/40 41/50, 51/60, 61/70, 71/90, 91/120, 100/200
Packing Style: 10x1Kg, 6x2Kg, 6×1.8Kg and as needed