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NaturalNano, Inc. (OTCBB: NNAN)
(Soon to be OmniShrimp, Inc.)
 
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  Authorized Shares 800,000,000 a/o Mar 31, 2016
  Outstanding Shares 3,342,325 a/o Sep 14, 2016
       
 
 
 
 
     

 
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Shrimp is a well-known and globally-consumed commodity, constituting one of the most important types of seafood and a staple protein source for much of the world.  According to the USDA Foreign Agricultural Service, the world consumes approximately 9.5 billion pounds of shrimp annually. Approximately 65% of the global supply of shrimp is caught by ocean trawlers and the other 35% is produced by open-air shrimp farms, mostly in developing countries.
 
Of the over 1.7 billion pounds consumed in the United States alone, 1.3 billion pounds were from imported sources.   The two largest exporting countries are Indonesia and India, which both export over 250 million pounds each.
 
Demand for shrimp has been increasing globally and is expected to continue to do so. According to James Anderson, Director of the Institute for Sustainable Food Systems, production for shrimp should increase at an annual growth rate of 7.7% through 2017. Between 2011 and 2013, shrimp production declined 14% due to EMS which lead to astronomical increases in the price of all forms of shrimp. However, even with greater production since 2011, shrimp prices have remained fairly high due to tremendous demand for the product.
 
The leading competitor to shrimp is tilapia. Tilapia is a similar seafood product which provides a comparable taste. However, according to Fishchoice.com, many tilapia producers have switched to raising shrimp given the strong price levels of shrimp, but may switch back to tilapia in the future. Other sources of shellfish, such as lobster and crab also provide competition to shrimp.
 
Trends in Shrimping
 
Shrimp boats, catch shrimp through the use of large, boat-towed nets.   However, the world’s oceans can only supply a finite amount of shrimp each year, which somewhat limits yields Shrimp farming, known in the industry as “aquaculture,” has ostensibly stepped in to fill this demand/supply imbalance.  Shrimp farming is typically done in open-air lagoons and man-made shrimp ponds connected to the open ocean.  Because these ponds constantly exchange water with the adjacent sea, the farmers are able to maintain the water chemistry that allows the shrimp to prosper.  However, this method of cultivating shrimp also carries severe ecological peril.  First of all, most shrimp farming is primarily conducted in developing countries, where poor shrimp farmers have little regard for the global ecosystem.  Because of this, these farmers use large quantities of antibiotics and other chemicals that maximize each farm’s chance of producing a crop, putting the entire system at risk.  For example, a viral infection that crops up in one farm can spread to all nearby farms, quite literally wiping out an entire region’s production.  In 1999, the White Spot virus invaded shrimp farms in at least five Latin American countries: Honduras, Nicaragua, Guatemala, Panama and Ecuador and in 2013-14 EMS (Early Mortality Syndrome) wiped out most of the Asia Pacific region and Mexico.  Secondly, there is also a finite amount of coastline that can be used for shrimp production – eventually shrimp farms that are dependent on the open ocean will have nowhere to expand.  Again, this is an ecologically damaging and ultimately unsustainable system for producing shrimp.
 
We believe the ecological benefits of responsible shrimp trawling so as not to deplete shrimp beds to extinction outweigh aquaculture. Global demand has the potential of outstripping the oceans’ ability to maintain the natural ecosystem’s balance, resulting in a permanent decline in yields.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Key West Pink Shrimp
 
Omni Shrimp’s focus is on Key West Shrimp also called “Pinks”. Key West Pinks are the highest of quality and best tasting of all shrimp species available.
We pride ourselves on domestic wild caught shrimp which are free of Phosphates and other unhealthy additives.
These Wild Caught shrimp are harvested from the crystal clear waters of Dry Tortugas to Tarpon Springs, Florida. Seasonality of the Key West Pink Shrimp is typically November through June. With their sweet and mild flavor, they can be enjoyed as peel and eat shrimp or incorporated easily into any other recipe.
Like most shrimp that turn pink after cooking, Key West Pink Shrimp are a beautiful pink color and turn opaque after cooking. The shell color is indicative of the species and the environment in which they live. Key West Pink Shrimp live in the clean coral sand off the west coast of Florida which contributes to the pink shell color as well as the sweet taste. Key West Pink Shrimp are not only unique in color but can also be identified by the red dot on the shell.
Nearly 85 percent of the pink shrimp harvested in the United States comes from the west coast of Florida. Prized for their sweet, tender meat, pink shrimp are caught fresh year-round, but are more abundant during winter months.
Florida “Pinks” or Gulf Shrimp as they are sometimes called can reach 11 inches and can live up to 24 months.
Ship to Shore
Our fishermen catch the Pinks then immediately place them in on-board freezers to assure the highest quality is maintained.
Upon returning to the dock, the shrimp are kept frozen and shipped in a frozen container to our main processing facility, Gulf Crown Seafood Company located in Louisiana.
Processing & Distribution
Gulf Crown has taken every precaution to make sure you are getting the freshest shrimp available and has invested heavily in modernization and quality control to stay on the technological edge. The process starts the moment the boats leave the docks and begin to fish the Gulf of Mexico. The harvested shrimp are taken back to the docks, unloaded into refrigerated trucks and delivered to the plant for processing.
During the processing phase, the shrimp pass through several stages from sorting to peeling and are graded to size before being packaged and ready for shipping. Their cold storage space is maintained by a computerized thermostat insuring that the product stays at a constant temperature guaranteeing your shrimp stay fresh.
Thanks to Gulf Crown Seafood’s state of the art processing equipment, shrimp can go from the gulf waters to your dinner table within 2-3 days. Their
refrigerated reefer trucks make sure to maintain the quality of the shrimp as they deliver shrimp from Delcambre, La to its final destination all over the US.

Gulf Crown has the capabilities to process over 200,000 lbs. of shrimp per day and has become one of the largest SQF and USDC certified processing plants on the Gulf Coast.

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NNAN News: Current Report Filing (8-k) 02/17/2017 01:49:54 PM
NNAN News: Current Report Filing (8-k) 01/30/2017 04:57:21 PM
NNAN News: Statement of Ownership (sc 13g) 11/29/2016 12:48:00 PM
NNAN News: Quarterly Report (10-q) 11/23/2016 03:40:20 PM
NNAN News: Amended Quarterly Report (10-q/a) 11/15/2016 11:52:19 AM
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#12615   NaturalNano, Inc. announces current sales to date totaling BudFox1981 02/21/17 10:00:30 AM
#12614   NEWS OUT ON NNAN BudFox1981 02/07/17 10:02:42 AM
#12613   Looks like shrimp can sink razzled 01/12/17 01:44:13 PM
#12612   NNAN Level 2 very thin. Looks like after BudFox1981 01/11/17 11:39:38 AM
#12611   If ever there was a pump and dump razzled 01/09/17 05:20:57 PM
#12610   I think it will at least get back Mistr Tommy 01/09/17 10:09:13 AM
#12609   So you don't think it will head back up? fashgrl13 01/09/17 08:19:56 AM
#12608   maybe dilution. I know the company is full Mistr Tommy 01/09/17 08:16:16 AM
#12607   Anyone have wisdom to share on the price fashgrl13 01/06/17 05:56:10 PM
#12606   NNAN bullish 0.0615 stocktrademan 01/06/17 12:58:41 PM
#12605   Thanks!!! fashgrl13 01/06/17 10:14:35 AM
#12604   just a market maker known for shorting stocks. Mistr Tommy 01/06/17 10:05:38 AM
#12603   Who is ASCM? fashgrl13 01/06/17 09:57:46 AM
#12602   ASCM the known shorter is going to try Mistr Tommy 01/06/17 09:48:05 AM
#12601   Man that would make me very very happy Rick026 01/05/17 04:53:25 PM
#12600   2 million in revenue with only 3 million Mistr Tommy 01/05/17 04:04:31 PM
#12599   I believe this can make it to 1$ Mistr Tommy 01/05/17 04:03:02 PM
#12598   Broke through all resistances kinda can go crazy Rick026 01/05/17 02:34:50 PM
#12597   ,,,,,,,NICE Money Honey 01/05/17 02:33:09 PM
#12596   Going to $1! Rick026 01/05/17 02:27:25 PM
#12595   49K bid support at .105. This one is Mistr Tommy 01/05/17 02:18:08 PM
#12594   .11 up Mistr Tommy 01/05/17 11:12:21 AM
#12593   .10 on the ask. :) Mistr Tommy 01/05/17 10:47:15 AM
#12592   . The GidDy uP Kid 01/05/17 10:34:33 AM
#12591   How about .09's up $NNAN Unlimited~OTC 01/05/17 10:33:49 AM
#12590   OH YEAH, KEEP IT GOING Mistr Tommy 01/05/17 10:13:24 AM
#12589   $NNAN .074's up Unlimited~OTC 01/05/17 09:37:00 AM
#12588   This looks like a solid company. New ticker, Mistr Tommy 01/05/17 09:22:33 AM
#12587   NNAN (Onnishrimo.com) sells US wild caught organic shrimp. BudFox1981 01/05/17 09:17:54 AM
#12586   $NNAN currently has 3,342,225 shares outstanding Unlimited~OTC 01/04/17 09:13:31 PM
#12585   is shrimp the new lobster? razzled 01/04/17 12:15:01 PM
#12584   10 AM 562K traded up over 100% BudFox1981 01/04/17 09:59:44 AM
#12583   REVENUE FORECAST Over $2 mil for 2016 fiscal BudFox1981 01/04/17 08:48:01 AM
#12582   NEWS OUT ON NNAN BudFox1981 01/04/17 08:46:17 AM
#12581   Pump in effect this morning. tajitj 01/04/17 08:09:03 AM
#12580   NNAN Omnishrimp.com BudFox1981 01/03/17 10:07:45 AM
#12578   "Due some due diligence before posting false defamatory sunspotter 12/14/16 10:19:17 AM
#12576   Nah. NNAN is a scam run by the sunspotter 12/06/16 08:50:29 AM
#12575   It sure looks that way. This one could Gonoles11 12/02/16 03:13:36 PM
#12574   Level 2 looking very thin to .08. BudFox1981 11/30/16 12:26:24 PM
#12573   NNAN 10Q filed, stock is looking strong !! BudFox1981 11/30/16 12:23:32 PM
#12572   The company has recently reduced its debt burden BarneyBeagle 11/08/16 11:11:10 AM
#12571   CEO financial background : Mr. Wrynn, age BarneyBeagle 11/08/16 11:05:08 AM
#12570   NNAN's Omni shrimp subsidiary is currently profitable BarneyBeagle 11/08/16 11:04:36 AM
#12569   Omni is a leading provider of shrimp in BarneyBeagle 11/08/16 11:03:28 AM
#12568   Anyone following this ? BudFox1981 11/07/16 01:25:38 PM
#12567   CEO of NNAN interview today 1PM EST BudFox1981 11/04/16 11:06:26 AM
#12566   NNAN Outstanding Shares 3,342,325 a/o Sep 14, 2016 BudFox1981 10/20/16 02:59:22 PM
#12565   NNAN = omnishrimp.com BudFox1981 10/20/16 11:17:00 AM
#12564   It's a reverse merger with OMNI......they run NNAN Zardiw 06/29/16 09:01:47 PM
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