Mark Palicki joined Fortune Fish Company in 2006 as Vice President of Marketing. Mark has built Fortune's marketing department, which provides invaluable seafood and sustainability training to Fortune customers. Palicki also works to ensure Fortune Fish Company is on the forefront of safety, sanitation and sustainability in the industry and regularly attends industry conferences worldwide to accomplish this goal.

Mark is a National Fisheries Institute (NFI) Future Leader and a well respected authority on sustainability and traceability in the seafood industry. Palicki regularly participates in panel discussions nationwide tackling the most pressing seafood issues and advocating on behalf of the seafood industry.

Mark brings over 10 years of restaurant experience to Fortune Fish having worked as an Executive Chef, General Manager and Seafood Buyer for a number of esteemed properties around the country.

Palicki grew up in a Chicago suburb and received a Bachelor of Science degree in Hotel and Restaurant Management from The University of Houston in Houston, Texas and an Associate Degree in Culinary Arts from the Culinary Institute of America in Hyde Park, New York. Mark lives in the suburbs of Chicago with his wife Vivian and their three children.

Fortune Fish Company: The Seafood Specialists

Fortune Fish Company is the Midwest's premier fresh and frozen seafood distributor servicing fine restaurants, hotels, country clubs and grocers. Fortune has grown to become one of the largest seafood distributors in the country and a leader in the industry. Fortune handles over 6000 different products including a Gourmet Foods division, which supplies gourmet specialty foods selected to exceed the high standards embraced by our quality driven customer base.

Fortune Fish is committed to supporting environmentally friendly and sustainable seafood through our MSC Certification, Fortune's Sustainability Initiative program, the Fortune Green Sheet and our affiliations with Chef's Collaborative, Global Aquaculture Alliance, Seafood Choices Alliance and the Ocean Steward's Institute.

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