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info@trashfishbox.com   |  Los Angeles, CA

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Our Commitment 

ABOUT US

Trashfish deconstructs the global industrial food system by offering 100% traceable, sustainable, and lesser known seafood. Our mission is to provide seafood that you can trust  from your personal fishmonger!

Accountability can only come from traceability, and we are committed to ensuring that the fisheries we source from are sustainable.

Our definition of “sustainable” uses the triple bottom line approach, one that considers economic, social, and financial impacts. This means that the fishery population must be healthy, that the catch method must cause minimal harm to the ecosystem, and that the fishermen must be paid a fair wage. 

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ABOUT US

ABOUT US

Our Team 

Ren Ostry
Director

Ren Ostry is the director and owner of Trashfish. Ostry brings to Trashfish a prominent industry following thanks to years of experience in sustainable food practices and seafood distribution across the US. She's been featured in L.A. Weekly, Vice, and was recently nominated for 2018 Forbes 30 Under 30 in Food & Wine. Ostry is committed to a triple bottom line approach in sustainability, making sure people and the environment are never left out of the economic equation. Her favorite seafood dish is whole fried rockfish with lots of market fresh veggies.

Heather Kelso
Bookkeeper

Favorite Crustacean:

Pepe the king prawn

Max Rosenzweig
Incubator

Favorite seafood dish:

SPicy kellets' whelks toast 

Heather is a certified QuickBooks Pro who provides managerial and organizational support for creative businesses. She holds an MPA from the University of Illinois and a BS in Arts Management from Northern Arizona University. She enjoys creating and collaborating with visionary leaders, corporations, nonprofits, artistic and entertainment organizations. She is excited to be a part of the Trashfish family!

Max is the CEO of Kre8la and has been incubating Trashfish as they build out their company structure. His knowledge of startup economics and subscription models has been key to helping develop the Trashfish brand. 

Max is the CEO of Kre8la and has been incubating Trashfish as they build out their company structure. His knowledge of startup economics and subscription models has been key to helping develop the Trashfish brand. 

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