The mildest of all Florida shrimp – and a perfect introductory shrimp – Canaveral whites are ideal for sautéing or stir-frying. They normally spawn off brackish estuaries and eventually make their way to deeper ocean depths of up to 70 feet. They have a grayish-white color but can be identified by the slight bright yellow coloring on the tip of their tails. They are often caught year-round throughout Florida with seasonal peaks in the Fall. Slightly more tender than other shrimp, their shells are soft and easy to peel.
Peeled and Deveined with Tail on
21/30 count – 16 ounces