Thursday July 2, 2020

Deloitte: Callan carves off a slice

Innovation and investment has allowed Callan Bacon compete on an international stage

6th March, 2016
John Walshe, managing director, Callan Bacon Dylan Vaughan

Callan Bacon is adopting a consumer-led approach to increasing its share of the foodservice market, with plans to treble business within 18 months.

With the fourth generation now involved in the business, Callan Bacon has grown exponentially since it began trading on the main street of Callan, Co Kildare, in 1924.

Now with an ultra-modern and efficient plant on the outskirts of the town, the company competes with multinational companies in the Britain.

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