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Ulster Bank backs Tipperary cheese firm

Tipperary cheese-maker J&L Grubb has opened a €500,000 production facility at its Fethard headquarters. Funding for the 25,000 square foot factory in Beechmount was provided by Ulster Bank.

16th July, 2011

Tipperary cheese-maker J&L Grubb has opened a €500,000 production facility at its Fethard headquarters. Funding for the 25,000 square foot factory in Beechmount was provided by Ulster Bank.

The family-owned firm produces Cashel Blue Cheese, and employs 30 people at the facility and an adjacent 200-acre farm.

It sells 45 per cent of its produce to retailers in the Irish market, including supermarket chains SuperValu, Tesco, Aldi and Superquinn and specialty outlets like Sheridans Cheesemongers,...

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