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Taking a stall at the Mount Juliet artisan food and craft fair in Kilkenny last Christmas proved to be a turning point for Kai Ronan and Lee Lawrence.

Gillian Nelis

Managing Editor

@gnelis
15th September, 2012
Lee Lawrence and Kai Ronan: now sell a larger range of salmon and trout products. Photo: Patrick Browne

Family firm is smoking in Wexford

Taking a stall at the Mount Juliet artisan food and craft fair in Kilkenny last Christmas proved to be a turning point for Kai Ronan and Lee Lawrence, who run the Duncannon Smokehouse in Co Wexford.

The pair got such a good reaction to their products that they began to think seriously about expanding their business; nine months on, the result is a rebranded and redesigned range to which...

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