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With the climate change crisis at the forefront of media coverage and federal legislative priorities, Stronger America Through Seafood (SATS) recently sent a letter to President Biden requesting the Administration prioritize seafood production to help mitigate climate change, which was co-signed by Sea Pact, a sustainable seafood alliance co-founded by Seattle Fish Company.
Celebrate National Oyster Day with a recipe from Seattle Fish, using our branded Larimer Points oysters.
Seattle Fish Company is pleased to announce CEO & President Derek Figueroa has been named a 2021 Titan 100. The Titan 100 program recognizes Colorado’s Top 100 CEO’s & C-level executives.
When Kelly Haugen and Erica Tardiff first met James Iacino, Executive Chairman of Seattle Fish Company, they were CSU students with a vision to create a positive global impact on biodiversity and aquaculture. Two years later, with the help of Frontier Trout Ranch and a grant from SFC, they've developed that vision into a company, Nobilis Aqua, and recently launched their first product, The Nobilis Aqua Growout (Trout) Feed.
Seattle Fish was honored to receive the Bold Tracks Award at this year's National Sports Center for the Disabled “Exceeding Boundaries” Gala! The event was held virtually on Wednesday, June 23, 2021.
One of the many ways in which Seattle Fish aims to lead the seafood industry in sustainability is by participating in Fishery Improvement Projects (FIPs). We're thrilled to announce we have partnered with WWF on two new FIPs (Mahi Mahi & Yellowfin Tuna) that will directly impact the seafood sold at our local Kroger supermarkets.
This week's blog post on Sustainability is brought to you by a special guest author, our very own COO Hamish Walker. Have you ever noticed how the most powerful concepts come in lists of three? Two leaves you wanting for more, and four is just too many to remember. Three is perfect. Sustainability has its own list, and we call this list the ‘Three Es’.
Salmon. Perhaps the most well-known fish in the entire seafood universe. We know that salmon is good for us - high in omega-3's, rich in Vitamin B, a substantial source of protein. But what about a salmon that promises to deliver that, and more? Enter Kvarøy Arctic Salmon.