High Liner donates dock space to food bank


SeafoodSource staff

Published on
June 11, 2013

High Liner Foods on Wednesday announced a partnership with The Greater Boston Food Bank (GBFB) to donate the use of dock space at its Peabody, Mass. facility.

The dock space will be used to facilitate food deliveries in northeastern Massachusetts.

“The generosity of companies like High Liner Foods helps extend our reach to families in need throughout greater Boston,” said Catherine D’Amato, GBFB president and CEO. “The food community has always  supported our efforts, and this partnership with High Liner Foods will help us provide even more meals to the north shore of Massachusetts.”

“We feel a responsibility to lead change for the better, so we are thrilled to partner with The Greater Boston Food Bank to help relieve hunger right in our own community,” said Keith Decker, High Liner USA president and COO. “We are committed to corporate responsibility, including philanthropy, sustainability, and social responsibility, and there's nowhere better to start than in our backyard by using our docks to provide food to local families in need.”

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