Catanese Classic Seafood
Catanese Classic Seafood, located on the East Bank of the Flats, provides northern Ohio, Akron, Canton, Columbus, Dayton and Cincinnati a diverse selection of fresh and frozen seafood, a thorough Asian sushi line, specialty items, prepared goods and clam bakes. Fresh fish harvested from sustainable sources is flown in daily and hand cut under refrigeration in our HACCP certified facility. Our principles are founded on bringing the region an expansive variety of quality seafood while emphasizing timely and professional delivery.
Through the collaboration and experience our owners Jim Catanese, John Catanese, and Kevin Durkin, Catanese Classic Seafood has evolved to become an accomplished wholesale/retail company through dedication and perseverance. In addition, Catanese Classic Seafood has developed meaningful relationships directly with fishermen & suppliers across the globe, demonstrating their passion to ensure products that are fished ONLY with environmentally-sound practices.
Sustainable seafood can be defined as seafood raised, caught, or harvested in a manner that protects the species and its environment for the future. The core values of sustainability regarding seafood are based on responsible management of all our waterways. The three components of sustainability are Social Responsibility, Environmental Stewardship and Traceability.
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The bustling restaurant trade in Northeast Ohio is prompting a big expansion by the operator of Catanese Classic Seafood in Cleveland’s Flats. The food service distributor to the region’s upscale restaurants is embarking on a $1.3 million project that includes an upgrade of its riverfront fish processing facility and the purchase and renovation of a building across the street from its existing headquarters. A major impetus behind Catanese’s growth is the company’s plan to grow its fish processing business sixfold. The plan also includes growth for ancillary food service supply businesses.