Mazatlán, Sinaloa.- Given the health contingency of COVID-19, Pesca Azteca donates tuna to the grandparents of the “La Inmaculada” nursing home. Currently, the nursing home assists 34 older adults, who will benefit from this contribution.
This work was carried out with strict adherence to sanitary measures for the prevention of infections. Laura, the Administrative Manager of the asylum, received this donation.
Tuna is a highly nutritious food that benefits the human organism in different stages, in the adult stage, its intake is essential for bone strengthening since vitamin D supports the absorption of calcium. In addition, it provides good cholesterol and contributes to the prevention of cardiovascular diseases.
Pesca Azteca has shown its concern and commitment to society and urges Mazatlecos to follow sanitary measures such as staying at home, using face masks, and maintaining the necessary hygiene measures to avoid any type of contagion.
About Pesca Azteca
With more than 35 years of experience, Pesca Azteca is a leading fishing company in the tuna industry with the largest fleet in Latin America. With exports to the European market and the best practices of quality and sustainability, it fulfills its vision of feeding Mexico and the world as the leading company in fishing and marketing of tuna, inspired by the effort of the best human talent.
Pesca Azteca bases its business strategies on its mission, which is to be at the forefront of tuna fishing, using the latest technology, qualified personnel, and the most competitive costs in the industry with a focus on sustainability and operational excellence. Pesca Azteca supports its Social Responsibility strategy by generating concrete benefits for Mexican society and the environment, promoting the quality of its tuna, and basing its growth on promoting human talent. Visit: www.pescaazteca.com and follow us on FB Pesca Azteca – Official Site, LinkedIn, Pesca Azteca and Twitter @azteca_pesca
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