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The Fishin' Company
Importer, Processor, Wholesaler

The Fishin’ Company of Munhall, Pennsylvania is the largest importer of tilapia in the world and one of the largest importers of frozen fish, with offices and processing sites located around the world. Established in 2002, the minority-owned company was built on the principles of supplying the highest quality products, at the lowest prices possible, while providing an unmatchable level of customer service. The Fishin’ Company focuses every day on building strong, long-lasting partnerships with its customers, and have the distinct honor of continuing to supply many of its original customers.

Today, The Fishin’ Company supplies many of the largest retailers and food services companies in the world. Offering a wide range of sustainably sourced, wild-caught and farm-raised seafood products that are MSC and BAP certified, the company's products include species such as tilapia, salmon, cod, swai, haddock, snow crab, and mussels. The relationships the company has formed by working directly with farmers and hatcheries are the foundation of The Fishin’ Company’s supply chain. Operating its own feed mill, farm base, and processing facility in China allows for closer monitoring of products and allows the company to better understand the true cost of producing the items that it provides to customers. Partnering closely with organizations, including the GAA, SFP, and IDH, to conduct farmer-training camps through iBAP allows The Fishin' Company to increase the volume of high-quality, sustainable seafood that is on the market.

The Fishin’ Company is honored to have partnerships with leading organizations that are deeply committed to quality, growth, and the sustainability of the seafood industry. Working with NGOs who continue to move the industry in the right direction, The Fishin’ Company follows the direction of partners like SFP, GAA, and the MSC to determine when and where it should purchase their seafood products. As a company, The Fishin’ Company dedicates itself to driving positive change in the industry every single day and to build a supply of seafood that can be trusted and depended on for generations to come.

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Seafood Certifications
Marine Stewardship Council
MSC-C-50407
Best Aquaculture Practices 2-Star
B10046
Best Aquaculture Practices 3-Star
B10046
Best Aquaculture Practices 4-Star
B10046
Sustainability Partnerships
FisheryProgress
Seafood Watch Program
Overnight Delivery
No
Distribution Notes

 

Refrigerated trucks available via Common Carrier  in US, Canada, China and United Kingdom. Ocean Freight available as well. 

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Seafood
Product
Seafood
Origin
Harvest
Method
Sustainability
Ratings/Scores
Seafood
Cert.
Arrowtooth Flounder
(Atheresthes stomias)
Alaska, USATrawl
Atlantic Cod
(Gadus morhua)
IcelandTrawl
Atlantic Salmon
(Salmo salar)
ChileSubmersible Net Pen
Blue Mussels
(Mytilus edulis)
ChileRope Grown
Blue Mussels
(Mytilus edulis)
ChileRope Grown
Channel Catfish
(Ictalurus punctatus)
Mississippi, USAPonds
Chinook Salmon
(Oncorhynchus tshawytscha)
Alaska, USATroll
Chinook Salmon
(Oncorhynchus tshawytscha)
Alaska, USAGillnet
Chinook Salmon
(Oncorhynchus tshawytscha)
Alaska, USASeine
Chum Salmon
(Oncorhynchus keta)
Alaska, USAGillnet
Chum Salmon
(Oncorhynchus keta)
Alaska, USAPurse Seine
Chum Salmon
(Oncorhynchus keta)
Alaska, USATroll
Coho Salmon
(Oncorhynchus kisutch)
Alaska, USAGillnet
Coho Salmon
(Oncorhynchus kisutch)
Alaska, USAPurse Seine
Coho Salmon
(Oncorhynchus kisutch)
Alaska, USATroll

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