Artemia (scientific name: Artemia) is a crustacean that lives in brackish water. Lake Urmia in Iran, It is considered one of the richest sources of Artemia in the world. Artemia is used in the shrimp and fish industries. More than 2,000 tons of Artemia cysts are traded annually in the world, and Artemia or its cysts in particular are used to feed the neonatal stages of fish, crustaceans and mollusks, and so on.
The price of each kilo of Artemia in the world markets, depending on its quality, is about 120 to 200 dollars
Moisture: 3,3% Crude Protein: 50,21% Crude Fat: 16,5% Crude Ash: 5,4% Phosphorus: 4,87% Sodium Chloride: 0,08% Calcium: 0,74%
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