TooFrank Sunday, 02/09/20 03:17:30 AM Re: TooFrank post# 79194 Post # of 82905 The farther the distance from the coast the more expensive FRESH shrimp become. There was a small shrimp farm in New-York that was getting $25.00 per pound for fresh locally grown shrimp. They just couldn’t produce shrimp consistently and went out of business because of periodical crop failure. The company raising shrimp in Florida recently posted here has a large foot print and is locked to the coast because they depend on a fresh salt water supply for their shrimp farm. SHMP’s RAS system has a small footprint, is easily scalable and can be set up anywhere because of zero effluent discharge. SHMP hasn’t sold any shrimp in their long history as a R&D company is correct. But - they are on the verge of becoming a commercially viable operation. If they have “cracked the code” there is a huge potential for company growth and revenue. First Amendment Rights do not cover deliberately making false statements.