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Artisans: Real flavour in small batches is top priority

When deciding on her career path, Bronagh Conlon was torn between nursing and catering. She chose nursing but, after ten years in the profession, her love of cooking began to assert itself.

26th January, 2008

When deciding on her career path, Bronagh Conlon was torn between nursing and catering. She chose nursing but, after ten years in the profession, her love of cooking began to assert itself.

She started out making jams, sauces and chutneys from her kitchen and selling her products at markets, while maintaining her day job as a nurse.

After a few years of double-jobbing, Conlon set up the Real Irish Food Company in 1997. She produces...

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