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Max Harvey on WGBH Greater Boston

  • Wulf's Fish
  • 1 min read

Max Harvey, Vice President and an owner of Wulf’s Fish, was interviewed by WGBH Boston on how the mandated closure of restaurants in response to the coronavirus has negatively impacted the entire supply chain. Sales to restaurants account for over 90% of Wulf’s business.

“Everyone who’s doing direct-to-restaurants is suffering in the same fashion,” said Max Harvey, managing partner at Wulf’s Fish, a Boston-based seafood wholesaler. “There’s no way to navigate out of it because a lot of restaurants aren’t formatted to be profitable doing take-out business.”


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