Camanchaca Launches First Ever, All Natural Wild Argentine Red Shrimp
(UNITED STATES, 6/16/2020)
Camanchaca Inc., the US-based division of Chilean-seafood industry leader Camanchaca S.A., has debuted a first of its kind Wild Argentine Red Shrimp under Pier 33 Gourmet by Grand Krust label. Camanchaca will be sweeping the industry as it offers retailers, food service operators and consumers the only shrimp option that is free of both sulfates and additives, making it the most natural product on the market.
"At Camanchaca, we are committed to putting both our consumers and the communities we work in at the forefront of all we do. We are constantly challenging ourselves to provide the best, most delicious seafood in the market," said Jennifer Mata, National Shrimp Sales Manager of Camanchaca Inc. "We saw an opportunity to differentiate ourselves and to fill a void in the market with a unique item. With strict processes in place, we are proud to be first to market with such an amazing shrimp.
Wild Argentine Red Shrimp from the icy waters and ocean depths off the Patagonian coast of Argentina.
This new offering of Wild Argentine Red Shrimp is the product of Camanchaca's visionary leadership and willingness to disrupt Argentina's artisanal shrimping industry. Camanchaca uses exclusive vessels and plants to control the quality of the shrimp from catch through production, ensuring the shrimp are free of preservatives, chemicals, or additives and only frozen once just before hitting the market. The result is a shrimp which is 100% natural, completely "clean", sweet in flavor, and that maintains a beautiful red throughout.
Premium quality red shrimp.
"Our team at Camanchaca Inc. is always looking for ways to innovate and meet consumer expectations" said Cesar Lago, President. "The trend in our industry has been gearing towards wholesome, all-natural foods and we are proud to be the first in the market to develop a product that will give consumers what they are looking for."
The new, All-Natural Wild Argentine Red Shrimp is currently available to consumers at national retailers including Costco. It is also available for food service and private label use in the peeled and deveined, tail-off format.
Camanchaca S.A. began operating in Chile in 1965, catching and processing shrimp and langostino lobsters. In 1980, a change in leadership resulted in a new strategy to diversify into other sea products, including aquaculture. This decision led to consistent and continual growth. Currently, Camanchaca is engaged in industrial fishing in northern and southern Chile as well as farming of Atlantic salmon, mussels and abalone. It operates along 6,640 kilometers of coastline starting from the northern Chilean city of Iquique and stretching southward. This growth has earned the company a privileged position in international markets, exporting to more than 50 countries.
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