Crunch time as Dublin brothers create new crisp brand

Gillian Nelis

Managing Editor @gnelis
7th April, 2019
Brothers Sean and Martin Clinton, owners of Clinton Crisps Picture: Fergal Phillips

Two brothers whose family has been farming in north Co Dublin since the 1700s are aiming to secure their future by diversifying into the crisp business.

Sean and Martin Clinton, who set up Clintons Crisps last year, have secured deals for nationwide distribution with both BWG and the Barry Group. The deals will see their three varieties of crisps sold in stores including Eurospar, Spar and Costcutters.

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