Seattle Fish Company

Seattle Fish Company

Distributor
CO, United States
Contact Information

Since 1918, Seattle Fish Company has been supplying restaurants, hotels, caterers and grocers throughout Denver and the Rocky Mountain area with the finest fresh and frozen seafood. As the region’s largest supplier, Seattle Fish Company brings its customers value and selection  — with the personal service of a three-generation, family-owned business. As a certified Marine Stewardship Council supplier, Seattle Fish Company is also committed to protecting the environment and maintaining sustainable practices, from catch to consumer.

COMMITMENT

At Seattle Fish Company, there is an understanding that the success of its business depends upon the health of the environment. Not only is the company a longtime supporter of sustainable fishing principles, but Seattle Fish Company is now working to become a leader in sustainable business practices as well. With the formation of the SFC Green Team, Seattle Fish Company has opened a powerful new forum for innovative ideas and initiatives—both within its enterprise and around the world.

RESPONSIBLE SOURCING

Seattle Fish Company is proud to be the only seafood wholesaler in Colorado with certification from the Marine Stewardship Council (MSC), an eco-labeling organization designed to ensure that seafood is traced back to a sustainable fishery. Its affiliation with industry thought leaders such as MSC has led to smart shifts in purchasing, including becoming experts on the specific fisheries and the formation of partnerships intended to provide its customers with more sustainable options.

    Seafood Certifications

    Marine Stewardship Council Certified

    • MSC-C-50842

    Aquaculture Stewardship Council Certification

    • ASC-C-00630
    Sustainability Partnerships
    Global Aquaculture Alliance
    Sea Pact Logo
    Seafood Nutrition Partnership
    Sustainable Fisheries Partnership
    121
    Total Species
    196
    Total Sources

    Distribution Regions and Business Locations

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    6211 East 42nd Avenue
    Denver, CO 80216
    United States
    • Canada - Atlantic
    • Canada - Central & Interior
    • Canada - Northwest
    • Canada - Pacific
    • USA - Alaska
    • USA - California
    • USA - Gulf of Mexico
    • USA - Hawaii
    • USA - Mid Atlantic
    • USA - Midwest
    • USA - New England
    • USA - Pacific Northwest
    • USA - Rockies & Southwest
    • USA - South Atlantic
    • USA - Southeast
    196 Results: Viewing 151-175 Seafood Products
    Seafood Group Origin Harvest Method Sustainability Rating Certification

    Spot Shrimp

    Pandalus platyceros
    USA - Washington
    Trawl
    Seafood Watch: Unrated

    Squirefish

    Pagrus auratus
    Worldwide
    Wild-caught
    Seafood Watch: Unrated

    Steelhead Trout

    Oncorhynchus mykiss
    USA - Washington (Quinault River)
    Midwater Gillnet
    Seafood Watch: Good Alternative

    Stone Crab (Florida)

    Menippe mercenaria
    USA - Atlantic
    Pot/Trap
    Seafood Watch: Avoid

    Striped Bass

    Morone saxatilis
    Unassessed Origin
    Unassessed Fishing Methods
    Seafood Watch: Unrated

    Swordfish

    Xiphias gladius
    Canada - Atlantic (MSC)
    Harpoon
    Seafood Watch- Eco-Certification Recognized
    Marine Stewardship Council Certified

    Swordfish

    Xiphias gladius
    USA - Atlantic
    Drifting Longlines
    Seafood Watch: Good Alternative

    Swordfish

    Xiphias gladius
    Canada - Atlantic (MSC)
    Drifting Longlines
    Seafood Watch: Avoid
    Marine Stewardship Council Certified

    Swordfish

    Xiphias gladius
    Pacific Ocean - Southwest
    Drifting Longlines
    Seafood Watch: Avoid

    Swordfish

    Xiphias gladius
    USA - Hawaii (Including vessels landing in California)
    Shallow-Set Longline
    Seafood Watch: Good Alternative

    Swordfish

    Xiphias gladius
    Pacific Ocean - Northeast
    Drifting Longlines
    Seafood Watch: Avoid

    Swordfish

    Xiphias gladius
    Pacific Ocean - Southeast
    Drifting Longlines
    Seafood Watch: Avoid

    Swordfish

    Xiphias gladius
    USA - Gulf of Mexico
    Drifting Longlines
    Seafood Watch: Good Alternative

    Swordfish

    Xiphias gladius
    Atlantic Ocean - North
    Drifting Longlines
    Seafood Watch: Avoid

    Tilapia

    Oreochromis spp., Sarotherodon spp., Tilapia spp.
    Unassessed Origin
    Unassessed Farming Methods
    Seafood Watch: Unrated

    Tilapia

    Oreochromis spp., Sarotherodon spp., Tilapia spp.
    Colombia
    Net Pens
    Seafood Watch: Good Alternative

    Turbot

    Psetta maxima
    Unassessed Origin
    Unassessed Fishing Methods
    Seafood Watch: Unrated

    Wahoo

    Acanthocybium solandri
    Unassessed Origin
    Unassessed Fishing Methods
    Seafood Watch: Unrated

    Walleye

    Sander vitreus
    Canada - Lake Erie (MSC)
    Gillnet
    Seafood Watch- Eco-Certification Recognized
    Marine Stewardship Council Certified

    Walleye Pollock

    Gadus chalcogrammus
    USA - Alaska - Bering Sea, Aleutian Islands, Gulf of Alaska (MSC)
    Midwater Trawl
    Seafood Watch- Eco-Certification Recognized
    Marine Stewardship Council Certified

    White Seabass

    Atractoscion nobilis
    Unassessed Origin
    Unassessed Fishing Methods
    Seafood Watch: Unrated

    White Sturgeon

    Acipenser transmontanus
    USA
    RAS - recirculating aquaculture systems (with wastewater treatment)
    Seafood Watch: Best Choice

    Whiteleg Shrimp

    Litopenaeus vannamei
    Ecuador
    Semi-Intensive Pond
    Seafood Watch: Good Alternative

    Whiteleg Shrimp

    Litopenaeus vannamei
    Mexico - Sinaloa (North Central)
    Bottom Trawls
    Seafood Watch: Avoid

    Whiteleg Shrimp

    Litopenaeus vannamei
    India
    Ponds
    Seafood Watch: Avoid