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Sadie's Kitchen Bone Broth was one of several Irish brands showcased at the Dublin Food Chain Producer Showcase

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Brand Central

3 August 2018

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Sadie’s Kitchen moves forward with Great Taste Award

Sadie’s Kitchen Comforting Bone Broth, the Irish broth brand which has gone from strength to strength since it was established three years ago, has been awarded a Great Taste Award, marking another step in a busy 2018. Judges praised its delicate combination of ingredients, its natural chicken flavour and background depth of vegetables. To learn more visit

Java Republic awarded Ballyseedy Home & Garden Centre contract

Java Republic has established a partnership with Ballyseedy Home & Garden Centre. As the official coffee and tea provider for the award-winning Garden Centre, located in both Tralee and The Wetlands Co. Kerry, Java Republic will serve more than 200,000 cups of hand-roasted coffee to their customers every year.

Tesco and Electric Picnic launch Finest dining experience

The ‘Banquet at Electric Picnic’, by Derry Clarke & Clodagh McKenna comes with an exclusive partnership to serve a five star fine dining banquet at the three day event using only the finest* ingredients. Partnering with Tesco Finest,  Clarke and McKenna have co-created an incredible menu for picnickers to enjoy, while also raising much needed funds for Temple Street Children’s University Hospital and Pieta House. Tickets cost €120.

Londis pop-up appears at All Together Now

Tesco isn’t the only grocery brand with a festival front this summer. Visitors to this weekend’s All Together Now festival in Waterford will be greeted with a Londis pop-up shop, there to cater for festival goers seeking snacks, drinks, festival essentials and even Lotto! The pop up Londis store is owned and operated by Seamus Griffin, owner of the Griffin Retail Group which owns 13 Londis stores in Dublin.




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