AfternoonDelight Sunday, 02/09/20 08:11:35 AM Re: None Post # of 81424 Here is another fact that people need to consider when they try to compare the price (and/or taste) of wild-caught shrimp to what NaturalShrimp is trying to accomplish with their shrimp. Wild-caught shrimp catches will continue to decline each and every year as the regulatory knot gets tighter and tighter. These declines will drove the price of the wild shrimp higher and higher. It's simple economics. Anyone who is a fisherman or deals with any aspect of federal and state regulations over seafood catches and limitations know without a fact that the oceans are being cut off/closed systematically each and every year to harvest while the world's population has been exploding in the last 10 to 20 decades around the globe. This is occurring at the same time that the food supplies in the oceans shrink due to over-fishing and other man-made issues. I live in Florida and I am an avid recreational fisherman and it is almost a waste of time and money to go fishing nowadays because you can hardly keep anything. Each year the limits get tighter and the prices to run a boat (fuel, maintenance costs, fees) go up! If NaturalShrimp is able to accomplish their goals and deliver product to markets around the globe regardless of proximity to the ocean or the costs to transport them to market then the potential is LIMITLESS.