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Author: Irene Moon

PORTLAND, Maine – January 24th, 2021 – Bristol Seafood announced today that Rick Espindola joined the company as Vice President of Procurement to support and build upon its growing portfolio of premium seafood offerings. Mr. Espindola comes to Bristol from Pescanova and most recently served...

PORTLAND, Maine – January 10, 2021 – Bristol Seafood announced today it aligned with Bristol Bay Alaska Seafoods, owner of the Blue North, state of the art Alaska Cod harvester, and also completed a significant investment in the filleting capabilities of its Portland, Maine plant....

PORTLAND, Maine – October 1, 2020 – Bristol Seafood is pleased to announce it earned a place on SeafoodSource’s Top 25 North American Seafood Suppliers – Sustainability & Conservation list. "Sustainability and conservation are at the center of our mission to make seafood America’s favorite...

PORTLAND, Maine – July 7, 2020 – Bristol Seafood announced today it opened an office at the New England Ocean Cluster (NEOC) in Portland, Maine, and provided a founding sponsorship to create Inclusion in the Blue Economy, a new program to support under-represented blue economy...

PORTLAND, Maine – May 18, 2020 – Bristol Seafood announced today it will voluntarily pause production in its Portland Fish Pier plant following confirmed positive cases of COVID-19 among its team members. "We take our duty to provide wholesome seafood to American families seriously, but we...

PORTLAND, Maine – March 8, 2020 – Bristol Seafood announced today it completed a significant investment in its groundfish business that will bring a new level of quality, consistency, and precision to its customers. The new equipment and technologies were developed and installed by Marel,...

PORTLAND, Maine – February 27, 2020 – Bristol Seafood introduced today a line of Grab & Go seafood items under its My Fish Dish brand, a retail line of high-quality, simple-to-cook seafood that takes you from fish to fabulous in three easy steps. In addition...

Last week, the New England Fishery Management Council announced key information regarding the upcoming US scallop season. While it still needs to be approved by the National Marine Fisheries Service, it is often approved as submitted. The information below summarizes the release and reflects our...