I haven't bought shrimp since I read about the prevalence of slavery- and even child slavery- in the Thai shrimp industry. It just breaks my heart, and Thai shrimp is so common in stores that I've just stopped looking.
So many quick, company-appropriate meals call for shrimp, and I'd like to have the option again.
Do you have a source for ethically harvested and processed shrimp? Not just sustainable- although obv. that too- but specifically slavery-free. What about U.S. producers? What other countries have reliably good labor practices in their shrimping and fishing industries? I know lots of you are probably way ahead of me on this issue.