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Silvera Food On The Go: A Day Trip At 3 Shrimp Factories - August 30th, 2019

Thứ năm,05/09/2019
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By Silvera Food
Thu, Sep 5 2019, 14:16 (GMT + 7)
 

Silvera Food's representative and its customer from Europe took a day trip to Khanh Hoa Province, which is located in the center of Vietnam and is 45 minutes away from Tan Son Nhat International Airport, Ho Chi Minh City by plane to visit three shrimp packers last August 30th, 2019. The stunning weather and smooth traffic made the whole trip favourable.
 
According to experienced people with shrimp, vannamei shrimp farmed in central Vietnam usually offers a darker color, which is considered to look nicer and more attactive to some buyers and a more charming taste. However, vannamei shrimp farmed in this area is always higher than vannamei shrimp farmed in the Mekong Delta region for two main reasons:
1- The land-rent in the middle of Vietnam, especially in Khanh Hoa Province, is extremely expensive because of little land area and its location adjacent to beaches, which could be used for builing resorts.
2- Vannamei shrimp here is farmed in 100% sea water, which prolongs the farming time, and the time to pay for bank interests.

Below are some photos from the trip taken by Silvera Food.
 

A Factory Located In Suoi Dau Industrial Zone Located In Central Vietnam Supplying BAP Vannamei Shrimp.
A Factory Located In Suoi Dau Industrial Zone Located In Central Vietnam Supplying BAP Vannamei Shrimp. Credit: Silvera Food

 

Raw Vannamei Shrimp PDTO For Breading. Credit: Silvera Food
Raw Vannamei Shrimp PDTO For Breading. Credit: Silvera Food

 

Raw Vannamei Shrimp PDTO For Breading. Credit: Silvera Food
Raw Vannamei Shrimp PDTO For Breading. Credit: Silvera Food

 

Breading Butterfly Cut Vannamei Shrimp. Credit: Silvera Food
Breading Butterfly Cut Vannamei Shrimp. Credit: Silvera Food

 

Raw Breaded Butterfly Vannamei Shrimp. Credit: Silvera Food
Raw Breaded Butterfly Vannamei Shrimp. Credit: Silvera Food

 

Pre-fried Butterfly Vannamei Shrimp. Credit: Silvera Food
Pre-fried Butterfly Vannamei Shrimp. Credit: Silvera Food

Pre-frying time is roughly from 30 to 40 seconds subject to the size of each product.

Pre-fried Butterfly Vannamei Shrimp. Credit: Silvera Food
Pre-fried Butterfly Vannamei Shrimp. Credit: Silvera Food​

 

Raw Torpedo Vannamei Shrimp For The Japanese Market. Credit: Silvera Food​
Raw Torpedo Vannamei Shrimp For The Japanese Market. Credit: Silvera Food​

 

Raw Torpedo Vannamei Shrimp Going Through IQF Tunnel Freezer. Credit: Silvera Food
Raw Torpedo Vannamei Shrimp Going Through IQF Tunnel Freezer. Credit: Silvera Food

 

Cooked PDTO Vannamei Shrimp. Credit: Silvera Food
Cooked PDTO Vannamei Shrimp. Credit: Silvera Food​

 

Cooked PDTO Vannamei Shrimp Ring For European Markets. Credit: Silvera Food
Cooked PDTO Vannamei Shrimp Ring For European Markets. Credit: Silvera Food

Shrimp rings could come with a cup of one or two kinds of sauce. 

Sushi Ebi Vannamei Shrimp. Credit: Silvera Food
Sushi Ebi Vannamei Shrimp Made With Shrimp Raised In Central Vietnam For A European Market. Credit: Silvera Food​

 

Sushi Ebi Vannamei Shrimp. Credit: Silvera Food
Sushi Ebi Vannamei Shrimp Made With Shrimp Raised In Central Vietnam For A European Market. Credit: Silvera Food​

 

Pre-fried Vannamei Shrimp Skewers. Credit: Silvera Food
Pre-fried Vannamei Shrimp Skewers. Credit: Silvera Food​

 

Checking Weight Of A Pre-fried Vannamei Shrimp Skewer. Credit: Silvera Food
Checking Weight Of A Pre-fried Vannamei Shrimp Skewer. Credit: Silvera Food​

 

Measuring Length Of Pre-fried Torpedo Vannamei Shrimp. Credit: Silvera Food
Measuring Length Of Pre-fried Torpedo Vannamei Shrimp. Credit: Silvera Food​

 

Pre-fried Vannamei Shrimp Skewers & Pre-fried Torpedo Vannamei Shrimp. Credit: Silvera Food
Pre-fried Vannamei Shrimp Skewers & Pre-fried Torpedo Vannamei Shrimp. Credit: Silvera Food​

 

Source: Silvera Food's Blogspot

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