Mazatlán's shores, once teeming with crustacean bounty, whisper a mournful tale. The shrimp, those briny jewels of the Pacific, face a perilous odyssey, their fate entangled in a net of economic woes and governmental indifference.
For ten years, the tide has been unkind. The fishing sector, Mazatlán's salty lifeblood, has shriveled like a sun-baked starfish. Support is absent, costs sting like jellyfish tentacles, and shrimp exports, a culinary crown jewel, wobble on the precipice of a 50% plunge.