Shrimp has calcium mainly from meat, legs and is especially beneficial for bones, especially children. According to Maggie Michalczyk, a scientist and nutritionist in Chicago, these fatty acids have many benefits for the brain and enhance visual development in infants. and docosahexaenoic acid (DHA). Therefore, putting shrimp into the daily diet is an important job for pregnant women, nursing mothers and people of reproductive age. Although shrimp shell contains little but enough to develop nutrition for children lacking iron and calcium.
Shrimp is one of the commodities that Hung Phuc seafood catches in the wild. Bringing high economic value. Shrimp of all kinds: fresh, processed.