Canada-based Armand Agra, which acquired Colorado-based Seattle Fish Company last year, is expanding its meat offerings through an acquisition of Lombardi Brothers Meats, the company announced Wednesday.

Lombardi Brothers Meats is a family-owned specialty meat processor and distributor based in Denver, Colorado.

“Armand Agra’s investment in Lombardi Brothers Meats will allow us to expand our offerings, grow our influence in sustainability and industry leadership across a larger platform and lead a positive impact on a greater range of proteins,” Seattle Fish Co. President and CEO Derek Figueroa said.

Under this new ownership, Lombardi will continue to operate as an independent brand but will now partner with Seattle Fish Company to grow customer relationships, invest in the business, and promote Lombardi brand meats throughout Colorado and the Rocky Mountains, according to the companies.

Seattle Fish was sold last November to Armand Agra, a subsidiary of Canada-based Founders Group of Food Companies.

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