Increased investment costs weighed last year on the profits of Glenisk, the country’s largest Irish-owned yoghurt maker.
Boosted by the production of over 2m servings of yoghurt every week, pre-tax profits at Glenisk last year increased by 16% to €570,813.
The chief executive of the family-run organic yoghurt maker Glenisk, Vincent Cleary yesterday announced plans by the firm to double output in the next two years.
Organic yoghurt maker Glenisk, led by RTÉ ‘Secret Millionaire’ Vincent Cleary, last year recorded more than a four-fold increase in pre-tax profits to €700,337.
IF YOU are an Irish food or drinks company and you want to pitch your product to the likes of McDonald’s or Unilever, you will need to be able to prove that your business takes the concept of sustainability seriously.
Organic yoghurt maker Glenisk, led by Vincent Cleary, one of the stars of RTÉ’s The Secret Millionaire, is on track to expand the size of its business by almost 30% this year.
Product innovations helped organic yoghurt producer Glenisk increase its Irish sales by 44% during 2011, while Hollywood movie tie-ins have also helped to boost its overseas presence.
Ireland can become a world player in cloud computing given the right approach to innovation, according to EMC chief executive and vice president for Ireland Bob Savage.
THE first All-Ireland Organic Food Conference will be held on Tuesday, November 7, at the Landmark Hotel in Carrick-on-Shannon.
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