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July 5, 2015

United States

Massachusetts—Tasty Harvest Shrimp

 

   

 

 

Tasty Harvest Shrimp, a family-owned-and-run shrimpfarm in West Boylston, Massachusetts, raises Penaeus vannamei in 19 biofloc tanks.

 

The company’s webpage says, “We never add hormones or antibiotics to our water.  We simply add salt to create a brine that is almost identical to that of the shrimp’s natural...habitat.  This guarantees that our shrimp are always available to you healthy and fresh—never frozen—at their peak of quality and flavor right out of the tank.”

 

   

 

“It is very common that imported and wild-caught shrimp are normally frozen, thawed and refrozen before finally reaching you, weeks to months later.  ...It loses flavor and quality.  In contrast, Tasty Harvest shrimp is the cleanest and freshest saltwater shrimp you will ever taste.  We offer it year round, and will deliver shrimp fresh to your home or businesses in Boston, the North Shore, or the Metro West.”

 

Tasty Harvest’s Personnel

Tony Curtis, CEO

Boston Conservatory of Music, Boston, Massachusetts

Bachelor of Music 1973

Major: Music Education

Worcester State College

Major: Information Technology

 

Tony was a music teacher in Worcester public schools for nine years.  He left teaching to become a programmer/analyst.  Three years later, he founded his own consulting company, which is celebrating its twenty-fifth year in business this year.

 

Joshua Curtis, Farm Manager

Roger Williams University, Bristol, Rhode Island

Bachelor of Arts 2001

Major: Visual Arts

Minor: Marine Biology

 

Joshua worked or volunteered at various aquariums and pet stores including Aquidneck Aquarium, Wal-Mart (Pets and Sporting Goods) and the New England Aquarium.  He has bred over ten different species of fish (fresh water; temperate and tropical; livebearers and egg laying) and brine shrimp, selling them to small local pet stores and aquarium hobbyists.

 

Adam Curtis, Office Manager

University of Massachusetts, Amherst, Massachusetts

Major: History

Minor: French

 

Adam’s educational experiences reflect his broad interests in history, science, medicine, computers, visual arts and romance languages.  With professional experience as an information-technology troubleshooter, phlebotomist (gives injections with a needle), French tutor, and English teaching assistant for French students, he is also Tasty’s trouble shooter, improvising creative fixes for buggy software and broken water pumps.

 

Information: Tony Curtis, Tasty Harvest Shrimp, 71 Lee Street, West Boylston, Massachusetts 01583, USA (phone 1-508-835-1111, email tastyharvest1@gmail.com, webpage http://tastyharvestshrimp.com).

 

Source: Tasty Harvest Shrimp’s Website.  About Us.  Website Visit on July 4, 2015.

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