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It's a fair cup

Siofra Campbell, chairwoman of the Campbell Bewley group, aims to obtain all the company’s coffee from ethical sources in the future

14th February, 2009

The first thing you notice when you walk into the headquarters of the Campbell Bewley Group is the smell. The building houses the firm’s coffee processing plant, and the aroma of roasting coffee beans is unavoidable.

Campbell Bewley is the dominant player in Ireland’s coffee market, with 50 per cent market share - and all of its Irish product can be traced back to the roasting facility on the Malahide Road near Dublin...

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