Minnesota Town’s Shrimp-Farming Dreams Are Put on Ice – The Wall Street Journal

A Minnesota town’s dream of becoming the shrimp capital of the Midwest is proving more challenging than expected—and not just because of the weather.

A company named trū Shrimp Co. had planned to break ground this spring in Luverne, Minn., on a $330 million to $360 million indoor shrimp farm. It aims to produce 8 million pounds of shrimp a year in stacked ponds that are about 12 inches deep, 12 feet wide and nearly the length of two football fields.

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