Antibiotics Illegal in the US Found in Samples of Foreign Shrimp
Here's why I seldom eat shrimp:
"Most of the fresh shrimp eaten in the United States is raised in small, overcrowded pens on shrimp farms in countries like India, Thailand and Vietnam, according to the federal government. And too often, the shrimp is raised in shockingly disgusting conditions that promote disease."
"To keep the shrimp from dying in diseased waters from their own muck, some shrimp farmers routinely pour antibiotics that are not allowed in the U.S. into their pens -- and some of it is reaching U.S. grocery stores."
For the same reasons, I don't eat catfish, tilapia or other pond-raised seafood.
Here is a link that might be useful: Illegal Antibiotics in Pond-Raised Shrimp