Dallas, Texas-based Central Market has begun carrying Del Pacifico Wild Blue Mexican Shrimp Burgers.
Del Pacifico Wild Blue Mexican Shrimp Burgers are made with sustainable wild-caught whole shrimp – not ground. The company states that chopping the shrimp by hand and adding black pepper, garlic and olive oil ensures consumers are getting the highest-quality seafood available. The shrimp burgers contain no fillers and no preservatives.
Wild Blue Mexican Shrimp Burgers is a seafood alternative to the typical burger and is a way to elevate the next cookout, according to the company.
“Since starting the company in 2014, we have seen demand for our shrimp across retail and foodservice. Wild shrimp alone cannot sustain this growth. Responsible shrimp farming enables us to meet this growing demand, while also maintaining our wild shrimp stocks and commitment to sustainability,” said Rubén Castro, CEO of Del Pacifico.
Del Pacifico Wild Blue Mexican Shrimp Burgers can be found in the frozen section in Central Market stores and will retail for $16.99.
As a leader in sustainable seafood, the company offers both wild and farmed seafood to meet the growing demand across foodservice and retail.
To learn more about Del Pacifico, visit delpacificoseafoods.com.
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