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Big Time for Shrimp

A recent abundance of choices from around the world means better flavor
Sam Gugino
Issue: July 31, 2003

Until a few years ago, choices of shrimp in the United States were as limited as the paint options Henry Ford offered Model T buyers almost a century ago -- "any color, so long as it's black." Well, at least we could specify size.

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