Fiid bags €400,000 deal supplying Tesco

Plant-based firm raising funds for growth

Gillian Nelis

Managing Editor @gnelis
7th July, 2019
Shane Ryan, founder, Fiid: ‘The goal was to give people access to real nourishing food all the time without compromising on quality’ Picture: Fergal Phillips v

The plant-based food firm Fiid has secured a deal worth €400,000 to supply 75 Tesco stores around the country, doubling its weekly output overnight.

Founder Shane Ryan said the firm’s range of three ready meals – a chickpea tagine, a tomato and lentil ragu, and a black bean chilli – were now stocked in a total of 180 stores in Ireland, as well as on the Ocado website in Britain.

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