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Pacific Pink Shrimp
$28.00 – $162.00
These petite pink shrimp are caught sustainably by local West Coast fishermen in the deep, cold ocean waters off the coasts of Oregon and Washington and are canned in Coos Bay, OR.
The delicate clean and crisp flavor make these perfect for salads, appetizers and shrimp cocktails.
Ingredients: Pacific Pink Shrimp, water, sea salt and citric acid (to prevent browning).
MSC certified and packed in non-BPA cans.
For a true Oregon Shrimp Cocktail, combine ketchup and horseradish and add to one drained can of Pacific Pink Shrimp.
Please note that these are approximately 2 oz. (drained weight) shrimp per can and packed in water (with citric acid) to prevent browning. Drain before serving.
Cases are 24 cans. Half cases are 12 cans.
Save $6 when you buy a case (24 cans)
15 reviews for Pacific Pink Shrimp
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Robin Robbins –
Tasty little shrimp that make a great shrimp salad.
Karen Evich –
Love this product so much I bought another case, but in the 3 cans I have opened thus far I have received 1.7, 1.8 and 1.7 oz of product. The can is for 4 oz. The last case was not this way
LISA SHELDON –
Really enjoyed this on salads!
Lisa Cullen –
better than expected…so good on a salad!
Great for addition to any Dish…
Robert Pinkerton –
Goes great with the Dungeness Crab on a seafood salad.