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Cloud Picker has lofty hopes for new units in Dublin Airport

Dublin coffee roaster expects three new units to generate €38 million in sales over ten years

Gillian Nelis

Managing Editor

@gnelis
16th February, 2020
Frank Kavanagh & Peter Sztal, Cloud Picker Coffee. Picture: Fergal Phillips

The couple behind the Dublin coffee roasters Cloud Picker expect the three units they will open in Dublin Airport in May to generate €38 million in sales over the course of the ten-year contract.

Frank Kavanagh and Peter Sztal, who established Cloud Picker in 2013, are investing €150,000 in a larger roaster to supply the units, and will also be taking on extra staff.

They will join other Irish food businesses including the Bretzel Bakery, Handsome...

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