Poor weather and growing conditions will continue to negatively impact lime supply and price in the coming days and weeks. Rain in Mexico has curtailed harvesting, and we are experiencing a demand exceeds supply situation. Price increases from February until approximately … Continue reading
From the Freight Farms blog. See original post here. Thank you Freight Farms!! As one prominent, locally-based company wraps up their 100th year in business, we’d like to recognize their continued contributions to strengthening the local food economy here … Continue reading
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May your marriage be filled with all the right ingredients: a heap of love, a dash of humor, a touch of romance, and a spoonful of understanding. May your joy last forever. Congratulations!
Katsiroubas Bros. will forever be grateful to Mayor Tom Menino for his support of our family business. Mayor Menino fought for us as a local family owned Boston based business and through his programs, helped us continue to grow and prosper. Perhaps the greatest milestone in our company’s 100 year history came through Mayor Menino’s Boston’s Back Streets business development program. Menino and his administration launched the program in 2001 to provide financial and technical help for small businesses. In 2003, Nick Katsiroubas obtained a $2.8 million bond from the Back Street program. The bond gave our company the opportunity to expand our facility nearly 20,000 square feet, by adding a second floor to our existing building and seven new loading docks.
Katsiroubas Bros. also participated in Mayor Menino’s Sustainable Business Leaders program. The program assisted us in creating green initiatives within our business, including water conservation, pollution prevention, energy efficiency and waste reduction. In 2009, Mayor Menino presented Katsiroubas Bros. with the Green Business Award in recognition of our commitment to promoting environmentally sustainable practices in the City of Boston.