Frank and Honest Coffee awarded Guaranteed Irish membership

Frank and Honest says it wants consumers to be aware that when they buy a cup of the gourmet coffee, that "they are buying an Irish brand and supporting Irish jobs"

Guaranteed Irish membership recognises Frank and Honest’s "commitment to the local community"


Brand Central

30 October 2020

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Frank and Honest Coffee has been awarded the Guaranteed Irish symbol in recognition of its role in supporting Irish jobs and communities nationwide.

“The Guaranteed Irish membership acknowledges Frank and Honest’s ever-growing journey, delivering the best tasting coffee across Ireland and in turn supporting local communities and creating jobs nationwide,” the company said in a press statement to announce the news.

The group is now planning to continue to grow its national geographical footprint; bringing its coffee, made specifically with Irish tastes in mind, to every corner in Ireland.

“I’m delighted to welcome gourmet coffee company Frank and Honest as members,” said Guaranteed Irish CEO Brid O’Connell.

“The Guaranteed Irish symbol helps consumers and businesses to identify products and services that are better choices for communities across Ireland,” she added. “We only award the symbol to companies which provide quality jobs, support local communities and are committed to Irish provenanceWe recognise Frank and Honest’s commitment to the local community and look forward to working with them to further build brand awareness amongst consumers of the benefits of supporting local.”

Frank and Honest’s marketing manager, Rosemary Walsh said the coffee company was likewise delighted to be recognised as a Guaranteed Irish producer.

“Consumers have so many options on where to purchase coffee,” she said, “and now, more than ever we want people to be aware that by purchasing Frank and Honest, they are buying an Irish brand and supporting Irish jobs.

“Sustainability is at the core of what Frank and Honest do and in light of the pandemic, the meaning of sustainability and protecting our environment has moved closer to home,” Walsh added.



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