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SEAFOOD DISTRIBUTOR FINDS SUCCESS

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A Bronx business grew by leaps and bounds after moving to the borough a little over two years ago.

After almost two decades in lower Manhattan, Downeast Seafood company relocated to the Hunts Point section of the Bronx. Since the move, the fish wholesaler has added nine new jobs. The company employs a total of 27 full-time employees, adding to a booming Bronx labor market.

Company founder Edward Taylor noted that he was exited to be in the borough.

Updated 6:57 pm, October 10, 2011
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