The Ministry of agriculture and rural development of Vietnam, the people's Committee of Guangning province and the Ministry of agriculture and rural development of China held the launching ceremony of the joint proliferation, release and conservation of fishery resources in the Beibu Gulf in Guangning Province on May 18, releasing nearly 8 million fish fry and shrimp fry to the Beibu Gulf.
What happened this time was imported shrimp. Since the outbreak of the epidemic in the past two years, the hidden dangers brought by imported frozen products have been worrying. Whenever something happens to imported frozen products, many people will ask, why not stop importing frozen products?
Lobster is a large-scale marine aquaculture species in Vietnam, concentrated in Phu An and Khanh Hoa provinces. Currently, there are about 140,000 lobster cages in the two provinces, producing about 2,000 tons.
Over the past two months, China's border closures over fears of the coronavirus have prevented exports of large quantities of lobster, while many new lobster farmers have been hesitant due to rising seed and fuel prices, leading to higher lobste farming costs.
According to the General Administration of Customs on April 20, 15 aquatic product processing plants in Ecuador and 12 in Vietnam were urgently suspended. This is the 29th time the General Administration of Customs has issued an emergency suspension announcement this month. This time shrimp products are still the hardest hit area. 22 batches of 14 enterprises in Ecuador and 5 batches of packaging in Vietnam were found to be positive.