Denver Business Journal
By Lisa Wirthman
As a 96-year-old business, the family-owned Seattle Fish Company has deep roots in its community. It’s a strategic investment, said President James Iacino, whose grandfather Mose founded the Denver-based company in 1918.
“We’ve really taken a look at what we’re doing in the community so that we can give back to those who supported us, and also make a stronger community for the future so that we can continue to have a presence here,” he said.
The company’s approach to philanthropy is two-pronged. To give back, it supports organizations that promote nutrition and end hunger. Looking forward, it leads efforts to educate the community on choices for sustainability….Continue reading full article here.