What is Latin name of Black Tiger shrimp?
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Black Tiger shrimp is one of the species farmed on a large scale in Vietnam, especially in the South-Western provinces. With high nutritional value, shrimp is one of the most popular seafood items all over the world. Vietnam is one of the few countries in the world which have natural conditions particularly suitable for the shrimp farming industry.
Giant tiger prawn
Penaeus monodon Fabricius
Giant tiger prawn, Asian tiger shrimp, black tiger shrimp
HOSO, HLSO, PND, PTO, Nobashi, Butterfly, Raw Sushi
When do we use Latin name of seafood?
Latin name of seafood is a descriptive term used to describe a specific type of seafood and its characteristics. Using Latin seafood names helps to avert confusion caused by the often contradictory and multiple common names an individual may have.
Some documents use Latin seafood names in commerce: Bill Of Lading, Sales Contract, Certificate Of Origin, Invoice, Packing List, Health Certificate, Catch Certificate, Analytics Results, and so on.
Moreover, the Latin name is shown on product packaging of export orders to ensure the accuracy of the name of the products.
Some products of Black Tiger shrimp/Penaeus monodon Vietnam exports
PTO Skewered Black Tiger shrimp
Some sizes of Black Tiger shrimp can be: 6/8, 8/12, 13/15, 16/20, 21/30, 31/40, 41/50, 51/60, 61/70, 71/90
Glazing: IQF/ Block
Packing: IQF; Block; Plain; bag; IWP
By: Meksea Team.
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