Wuhan is unsealed, Shrimp army returns, Qianjiang crayfish welcomes

Wuhan is unsealed, “Shrimp” army returns, Qianjiang crayfish welcomes
“I will not go anywhere today and go straight to Wansongyuan to eat shrimp.From 0:00 on April 8th, Wuhan lifted the control of the Lihan Passage. The word “unblocking” seemed to be close to the horn of victory. Wuhan citizens are also recovering the fireworks belonging to the city.There is no doubt that the crayfish has recently become a popular celebrity.On the list of more than 22 pieces of goods brought by Luo Yonghao, the sales volume of crayfish ranked first.Recently, Hubei crayfish once again appeared in the live broadcast of “Little Zhu Peiqi”.The sales are on, and the “Hubei flavor” that clicks on suspension is coming back in an important listing period.Meituan ‘s takeaway data show that in the last week of March, Wuhan ‘s takeaway orders increased more than three times, with 60% of orders coming from night.Crayfish, hot dried noodles, and barbecue have become the favorites of Wuhan people. Among them, the takeaway order volume of crayfish brand stores has increased by 11 times in a week.The person in charge of a famous local crayfish restaurant in Wuhan told the sauna, Yewang. At present, the average daily amount of the restaurant is about 200 orders, and the average daily sale is 500 pounds of crayfish.The price of crayfish has stopped rising and the recovery of Qianjiang’s air line has opened to Wuhan and the entire urban agglomeration in Hubei, which has brought a turnaround for the business of crayfish.”What price is in the market today?”This inquiry appears many times in the” Crayfish Trading Mutual Help Group “organized by Qianjiang shrimp farmers.At this time, Qianjiang, shrimp seedlings and finished shrimp prices are changing every day, which has become the topic that shrimp farmers are most concerned about.Qianjiang is known as the “Hometown of Chinese Crayfish”.It is located in the hinterland of the Jianghan Plain, less than 200 kilometers away from Wuhan.The rivers and canals in the territory are intertwined, and the fields are low and flat. It is the most typical landform of lakes and lakes in the Jianghan Plain.The unique soil and climatic conditions make Qianjiang an important domestic crayfish breeding and gathering place.According to public media reports, the total output of Chinese crayfish reached 163 in 2019.Among the 87 crops in Hubei, there were 81.24, and most of Hubei crayfish come from Qianjiang.The crayfish industry here feeds more than 100,000 people, accounting for more than half of the local working population.Zhang Hua (pseudonym) is a shrimp farmer in Jiyukou Town, Qianjiang. Every night, he walks through the shrimp basket and searchlight to get ready. He gets up at three in the morning and goes to the shrimp field.”Finished shrimps over four dollars cost 14 yuan, and shrimps under four dollars cost 8 yuan.”Crayfish prices continue to slump, making shrimp farmer Zhang Hua (pseudonym) worry about this year’s market.”Last year’s price is much higher than it is today. Whether it is shrimp seedlings or finished shrimp, the price per catty is around 38 yuan.”Zhang Hua also collected shrimp from other shrimp farmers.He told reporters that once 10,000 pounds of shrimp were received in a day, two full trucks had to be used for delivery.But because of the epidemic, he only received four thousand catties. At the moment, many shrimp farmers are reluctant to sell the shrimp at the price of the cut, “They are still waiting.”Zhang Hua said.Zhao Zhigang, who is in Qianjiang with Zhang Hua, has been raising shrimp for four years. He has contracted 500 acres of shrimp fields in Qianjiang.He clearly remembered that on March 2, he just started to bundle shrimp seedlings at a price of 12 yuan per catty.In only five days, the price of shrimp fry dropped to nine.However, after the cities in Hubei successively unblocked, the price of crayfish has picked up. The latest market price shows that the price of shrimp seedlings has risen back to 12 yuan per catty, and the price of finished shrimp ranges from 20 yuan to 45 yuan per catty.Of course, the second day after the closure of Wuhan, Qianjiang suspended the city ‘s expressway exits and suspended all ferry operations throughout the city.As early as March, crayfish became a “reinstatement pioneer”. Qianjiang City has lifted the internal traffic control in the urban area from 20 o’clock on March 13, and has promoted the resumption of production of enterprises in an orderly manner.According to CCTV reports, it was originally a prime time for shrimp seedlings to be launched in late February.Affected by the epidemic, shrimp fry missed the best time to market, and the price was not satisfactory.After the 850,000 acres of shrimp and rice co-production base in Qianjiang City resumed production and resumed production successively, taking the village as a unit, we organized everyone to go to the land in a time-sharing manner and work dispersedly.At present, Qianjiang has opened up 46 green channels for crayfish transportation and special aviation routes. Qianjiang crayfish officially opened the market on the day of listing and the sales volume of crayfish exceeded 400 tons.The shrimp army is “online” and the restaurant sells 500 lbs of crayfish daily. “When I was isolated at home, the most I wanted to eat was crayfish.“Wang Xiao of Wuhan, Hubei, told the sauna and Yewang that she has been buying takeout crayfish many times through take-out since March.“ Hubei may be the province that loves crayfish in the country, and crayfish are sold here without worry. ”March and April are the peak season for crayfish wholesale. In previous years, it was the busiest time for Qianjiang crayfish farmers in Hubei.”The domestic demand of Qianjiang City is not large, and it is mainly sold to all parts of the country.”An official from Qianjiang told the sauna, Yewang. Although crayfish are unsaleable, many shrimp farmers said they would not sell shrimp seedlings this year. They would raise and sell finished shrimp.””Today’s total weight is about 4,000 kg. Although it is less than the daily amount of more than 20,000 kg, it is recovering.According to the “People’s Daily” report, affected by the epidemic, the Qianjiang Crayfish Trading Center in Hubei has been closed until February 25, when the delivery of the first vehicle began.But thanks to the previously established online trading platform, crayfish trading has been ongoing.A shrimp farmer in Qianjiang, Hubei, told reporters that he was too busy for two days to even answer the phone. Wuhan ‘s “unblocking” is absolutely good news for the sale of finished shrimp.”Wuhan people are famous for their love of‘ 嘬 ‘shrimp. There are various big shops and small shops on the street.Wuhan ‘s demand for crayfish in the past two years has surpassed Nanjing, Shanghai and Ningbo, becoming the main battlefield for crayfish consumption.Wuhan’s “unblocking” means that crayfish sales are smoother.”The reporter learned that in Wuhan, the more popular restaurants, such as steamed shrimp and Shen Kee BBQ seafood, have resumed work, and actively help themselves through take-out and other means.”The person in charge of a famous local crayfish restaurant in Wuhan told the sauna. Yewang. At present, the average restaurant quantity is about 200 per day, and the average daily sales of crayfish are 500 kg. The sales volume is still rising.Wuhan Hema data shows that from the end of March, the epidemic prevention and control disease improved, and people’s consumption has changed at the same time. The sales of live freshwater such as snails, live fish, and live shrimp have a clear growth trend, especially the sales of fresh live crayfish and last weekThe score rose by as much as 330%.In general, the sales volume of frozen and refrigerated storage products plummeted, especially for frozen dumplings and dumplings, which fell by more than 100%.At 1am, Zhang Yue (pseudonym), the owner of a seafood restaurant in Beijing’s Chuyangyangzhong Street, packed the last crayfish into the hands of the rider.She told the sauna and Yewang that after the epidemic, various cities in Hubei were closed down one after another, and the hotel could no longer give up its main place of production and replace it with crayfish produced in Zhejiang.”Now it’s mainly take-out. When the epidemic stabilizes, we will still consider replacing the Qianjiang crayfish, which has been very popular.”Said Zhang Yue.Sauna, Ye Wang Li Dawei Cheng Zijiao editor Wang Jinyu proofreading Liu Baoqing