Ever wonder where the shrimp you buy in the grocery store comes from? The simple truth is that over 90% of shrimp and seafood is imported into the United States every year. Most of this shrimp is produced 12,000 miles away in Southeast Asian countries. It is then frozen before being shipped half-way around the world to your dinner table. Not only is this practice inefficient, but it also sacrifices the delicious taste of the shrimp. At Sugar Bay Shrimp, we are dedicated to raising fresh, locally grown saltwater shrimp in a sustainable way. Please like our Facebook page to follow our progress as we push to provide Indiana with the freshest shrimp money can buy!