Tayto crunches the global numbers

Snack giant sets sights on the international market

28th August, 2016
Mr Tayto will soon be available online

Irish emigrants craving a taste of home are in luck – Tayto is going global.

The company, which is the most popular crisps and snacks maker in Ireland with a market share of 33 per cent, is setting its sights on the international market.

It is in the process of upgrading its website so customers will be able to order Tayto crisps online and have them shipped across the world.

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