Shrimp is considered one of the most commonly consumed seafood. In recent years, it gets popular among seafood lovers. Shrimp belong to the family Malacostraca, available in freshwater lakes and streams and deep and shallow waters. It is an invertebrate marine animal with a flattened and elongated body with long legs and antennae. Shrimps are a rich source of phosphorus, antioxidants, proteins, selenium, copper, iron, magnesium, omega-3 fatty acids, vitamin B and D. It is also preferred for losing weight, relieving eye fatigue, lowering blood pressure, improving bone and brain health, and minimizing the chances of developing cardiovascular diseases. According to Renub Research report, Global Shrimp Market is expected to be US$ 23.4 Billion by 2026.