Indonesia is one of the world’s leading shrimp producers and exporters. According to international standards, Indonesia produces the best quality shrimp in the world by implementing good aquaculture practices, handling practices, manufacturing methods, and social responsibility. Export Location From 2001 to 2019, the trend of Indonesia’s shrimp export value increased in crucial destination countries such as the United States (14.83%), China (43.51%), and South Korea (9.85%). Indonesia primarily exports frozen shrimp to meet global demand.
JIVA Seafood is a global leader in the supply of frozen seafood products. Frozen tuna, shrimp and lobster, crab meat, octopus, squid and cuttlefish, and other fish are among our selections. Our commodities are freshly caught from the Indian Ocean by trained fishermen who have been trained not only in seafood-catching methods but also in the conservation of tuna game for future generations.
Sand Lobsters are found in all warm oceans and seas. Lobsters are typically bottom
dwellers of the continental shelves, found at depths of up to 500 metres (1,600 ft).
Shrimp are animals that live in waters, especially rivers, seas, or lakes. Shrimp
can be found in almost all large “pools” of water, whether fresh, brackish or saltwater, at
varying depths, from near the surface to several thousand meters below the surface.