Keogh’s Crisps accumulated €1.2m in pre-pandemic profits
Crisp maker sees assets rise from €2.8m to €3.2m in year to end of March 2020
Accumulated profits at Keogh’s Crisps rose to €1.2 million before the Covid-19 pandemic hit, new accounts show, with the company’s directors saying it had performed strongly through the lockdowns.
The most recently filed accounts, which run to the end of March 2020, show a modest profit of €99,491, which was an improvement on the loss of €3,429 for the previous year.
The amount of cash in the company also nearly doubled, to...
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