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From a young age, Dubliner Janet Mogerley knew she would work in the food industry, specifically, in the company that her great-grandfather Heinrich Mogerley founded in 1908 when he moved from Germany to Dublin before World War I.

20th January, 2007

From a young age, Dubliner Janet Mogerley knew she would work in the food industry, specifically, in the company that her great-grandfather Heinrich Mogerley founded in 1908 when he moved from Germany to Dublin before World War I.

Heinrich opened a butcher’s on Pearse Street in Dublin.

Four generations later, the company is in its 99th year of trading, has a factory shop instead of a butcher shop and sells convenience food and meat...

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