An apple a day is good for business
Ballyhoura Apple Farm, located in Kilfinane in Co Limerick, is an EIIS success story. In 2016, the company raised €700,000 in EIIS funding that has since created five additional jobs in the business and has seen the business turnover increase from €200,000 in 2016 to €1 million in 2020.
Based in the Munster Vales in Kilfinane at the foothills of the Ballyhoura Mountains, the orchard is located on the edge of the town with a production site close...
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