Business interview: Colette Twomey

Colette Twomey has the perfect recipe for success: how to make the world famous Clonakilty black pudding

Gillian Nelis

Managing Editor @gnelis
19th February, 2011

When Edward Twomey took over his uncle’s butcher’s shop in Clonakilty in 1976, one of his first business decisions was to stop making the black pudding that had been produced there since the late 1880s.

‘‘He really wasn’t keen on continuing with the black pudding, because it was a fair bit of trouble to make, and he was far more interested in the meat side of the business,” said his wife, Colette....

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