Thursday July 2, 2020

Sausage firm Olhausen returns to profit

Olhausen, the sausage business that merited a mention in the Circe episode of James Joyce’s Ulysses, returned to profit last year as turnover rose to €37.6 million.

28th February, 2009

Olhausen, the sausage business that merited a mention in the Circe episode of James Joyce’s Ulysses, returned to profit last year as turnover rose to €37.6 million.

The company, which is owned by investors including accountant Pearse Farrell, made a profit of €338,000 in the financial year to the end of March last, compared with a loss of €715,000 the previous year. Turnover was up by 7.5 per cent from €35 million the...

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