Tuesday July 14, 2020

Glenilen Farm is building its business on a culture of success

Valerie and Alan Kingston started making yogurt in their family kitchen, and are about to launch a product range for children, writes Samantha McCaughren.

27th April, 2013
Valerie and Alan Kingston: their success has encouraged them to launch a range of yogurts for children. Photo: Clare Keogh

Irish farmhouse yogurts and cheesecake producer Glenilen Farm is to invest €300,000 in a new yogurt range for children.

Initially made in a family kitchen and sold at a farmers' market, Glenilen Farm has just secured a deal with Tesco in Britain. Owners Alan and Valerie Kingston said that they also planned to begin selling the new children's range in Britain and would make presentations to buyers there next month. The yogurt business in Ireland...

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