PORTLAND, Maine – May 4, 2021 – Bristol Seafood announced today that Jennifer Morin joined the company as Workforce Leader to support and build upon its growing workforce at its plant in Portland, Maine. Ms. Morin came to Bristol from Paradigm Windows and served as Director of Administration.

Ms. Morin noted, “I look forward to contributing towards Bristol’s mission to make seafood America’s favorite protein. To work towards this mission, you have to produce quality seafood consistently. This is where a dedicated and professional team comes in. Building a great team starts with recruiting, onboarding, and training and giving our team members opportunities to grow. Bristol has done a lot of that work already, and I am excited to build on this.”

“Great seafood takes great people. That’s why we’ve made a point of becoming the first Fair Trade certified seafood company in the US, voluntarily increased our starting wage to $15, and continue to invest in the best technology to position our team for success.” Noted Peter Handy, President & CEO. He added, “I am pleased to have Jennifer join our leadership team and invest even further in recruitment, training, and onboarding.”


About Bristol Seafood
Bristol Seafood is on a mission to make seafood America’s favorite protein. Since its founding in 1992 on the waterfront in Portland, Maine, the company built a nationwide following for its steadfast adherence to its Uncompromising Maine Standards. Bristol was named to the Top 25 Seafood Sustainability & Conservation list, the Top 25 Seafood Product Innovations, and is the first seafood company in the US to earn a Fair Trade certification. The company specializes in
dry scallops, wild-caught haddock and cod, and ready to cook Seafood for the retail market under its My Fish Dish brand. See more at www.bristolseafood.com, or contact Iréne Moon VP – Marketing irenem@bristolseafood.com and 207-200-2561.

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